Finding Order out of Chaos in the Multi-hyphenated IT Landscape

IT has disrupted many industries and job functions and will continue to do so at a faster pace in today’s hyper-connected world. Even marketers are not spared. In their book Storyscaping: Stop Creating Ads, Start Creating Worlds, Gaston Legorburu and Darren McColl share that storytelling, or story-based differentiation, is no … READ MORE

Sebastian Yiang February 15th, 2016

Technologies Disrupt, Consumption Models Transform

As everyone who works in IT knows, we are living in arguably one of the most fascinating and exciting times since the industry was created many decades ago.  The tectonic shifts in technologies, markets, and consumption models are radically reshaping the IT landscape. It’s providing folks in IT with new … READ MORE

Scott Delandy October 12th, 2015

Technology for Social Transformation

India, Egypt, Malaysia, Vietnam, South Africa, Algeria — We call them emerging economies and rapid growth markets and we get excited at their projected GDP growth rates. EMC, like most, dream of growing revenues there at a steep curve. However, when I look at the systemic problems that these economies … READ MORE

Sarv Saravanan September 18th, 2012

Filling the Data Science Talent Pipeline

The explosion of unstructured data from mobile sensors, social networking, video surveillance and the like has created a need for talent in the organization that specializes in data analysis unlike ever before. This new breed of Data Scientist is an integral player in the new world of Big Data, as … READ MORE

ML Krakauer September 10th, 2012

Data: The New Science

Last month, Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick, and leaders from leading technology firms, venture capital and research universities announced joint efforts to position the state as a hub for job creation in Data Science. It is a bet worth making.

Pat Gelsinger June 25th, 2012

Winning the Global War for Tech Talent

It is time for immigration reform that will keep more top technical talent in the United States. Today, American colleges and universities are educating foreign nationals who come here to earn advanced degrees in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM fields). We educate them, and then U.S. immigration regulations force … READ MORE

Jack Mollen April 5th, 2012
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