I “Friended” My Storage and I “Liked” It

Yup, this is another blog about Social Media and Information Technology. But it is not for the marketing folks. This one is for the IT pros who manages the infrastructure to keep the apps online, the packets moving over the network, and the information safe and secure. What if you … READ MORE

Scott Delandy August 24th, 2015

Can Big Data Shape A Better Future? Quid is Paving the Way

World hunger, political conflict, business competition and other complex problems cannot be solved with mathematical algorithms measuring probabilities alone. However, by combining together human intelligence with the best artificial intelligence, the company Quid has built software that experts are calling the worlds first augmented intelligence platform. Using superior … READ MORE

Mona Patel March 7th, 2014

Addicted To Analytics – EMC’s Marketing Science Lab

Our CMO Jeremy Burton is a visionary, always at least three steps ahead of the pack. I identified this gift early on, recalling Jeremy’s ability to excite a very calm and composed Technology Marketing team at Oracle 12 years ago through innovative ideas. I knew he was on … READ MORE

Mona Patel April 11th, 2013

Balance Social Media and Business With EMC Elect

What if you could leverage your online social activities to more business benefits? Social media sites like Twitter and Facebook have really taken off in the past five years or so. What sets these latest destinations apart from online forums of the past, however, is how quickly they … READ MORE

Mark Prahl January 11th, 2013

OpenChorus Project: The Dawn of The Data Science Movement

OpenChorus Project is the first real attempt to help companies succeed with Big Data. How? We all know that the barrier to success has been a lack of available data science talent and the tools needed to address Big Data analytic challenges. Open sourcing Greenplum Chorus is an … READ MORE

Mona Patel November 9th, 2012

Breaking Barriers In The Information Age

How is the information age changing business communications? Cloud computing, data growth, and mobility all make for interesting technology conversations and sometimes a pretty good blog post. But, it’s the other changes that intrigue me the most. How we handle business communications is evolving at a rapid rate, … READ MORE

Mark Prahl June 29th, 2012

How Valuable is Facebook Data?

Facebook goes IPO this Friday. This milestone event has me thinking. With 900 million active users generating terabytes of data each day, how valuable is Facebook data? I do believe Facebook advertisers and application developer gain real value from Facebook data to in order to grow and stay … READ MORE

Mona Patel May 17th, 2012

Why Big Data is Relevant

I am continuously surprised by people who tell me that Big Data has no relevance to their organization. To me it’s like the 90s where people said that the internet was not relevant to business. If you are one of the people battling with the concept, let me … READ MORE

Clive Gold May 9th, 2012

Does Business History Repeat Itself?

During my academic days, one of my fields of study was Business History. If the mantra of regular historians is “those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it,” the maxim of business historians is “those who do not study the past will have to figure … READ MORE

Jon Fay March 26th, 2012

The Changing of the Guard

It was pretty interesting to read that the CEO of ATOS, Thierry Breton, was hatching a plan to get rid of email recently. It’s not a new idea. Jay Ellison the COO of US Cellular tried it in 2008 and someone by the name of “Jeremy Burton” started … READ MORE

Jeremy Burton December 14th, 2011
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