Category Archive for: Enterprise 2.0

Data Visualization – Seeing the Bits for the Bytes they Provide

One of my favorite pass times is to surf the grand expanse of the Interwebz for new and exciting things in the world of technology and one of my favorite sites to start that search is over at betalist.com where they showcase the amazing world of Start Up companies from around the globe.  Today, in…

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Disruptive Technology is like…

Ok so we have to keep this on the down low, I don’t want Tyler Durden to find out that I am doing this.  I stumbled across a great article over at Information Week that describes Disruptive Technology like being a participant in Fight Club but as intrigued as I was with Peter Waterhouse’s look…

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Open Source – Open Data…mmmm you had me at hello!

As I started my morning thumbing through the world of technology and reading article after article for inspiration and dare I say direction…I saw a headline that stood out like a beacon.  “Socrata Releases “Open Data Server, Community Edition“, it stood out like a beacon and I have been following the concept of Open Data…

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HP Moonshot hits the Market

Back in January I did a post on ARM based Servers and in that post I spoke about the HP Moonshot concept server.  More information has come to light with regards to this “Software Enabled Server” and the hope that this new class of microserver will be the next big thing for HP. The entire…

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In the World of Medical Records…can OpenSource Rule Supreme?

Recently the Free Software Foundation announced its 2012 Winners and I decided that so many of my Clients talk to me about MRS and EMR (Medical Record System and Electronic Medical Records) that I really should investigate further the winner of the FSF.org for Award for Projects of Social Benefit.  OpenMRS is an interesting project from…

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Big Data vs. Small Data

There is a tremendous marketing engine out there that is building up the need to have a Big Data Strategy and spend money on better Tools and Resources to enable better decision making through the use of Big Data.  While that in many cases is exactly what the eventual goal should be…I find that almost…

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Social Media Monday – The Online Community

I talk about the power of engagement and connections and from time to time the relationships that I build with my colleagues and clients because of the time that I invest each morning to connect the dots and focus on sharing and helping.  Yes I know that seems like a strange thing to do for…

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Open Source in the Enterprise

Companies around the globe are leveraging the power of Open Source Applications and Infrastructure solutions on a daily basis.  Things like Apache Web Server, Firefox Web Browser, Pidgin Communicator and WordPress are used without question of their origin, status or the fact that the capability of the services provided are indeed Open Source but there…

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Novell Groupwise continues to Evolve

The Venerable Productivity Application Groupwise continues to evolve and reinvent itself in this age of mobility and collaboration.  When we look back to the early days of Groupwise in 1988 it changed how people interacted with each other and is still used today by many of my clients (which is surprising considering the dominance of…

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Enterprise 2.0 – Bringing Social to the Enterprise

Of all the initiatives that IT Professionals try to accomplish for the businesses that they support, there is one area that is still far to under utilized.  Enterprise Social is a buzz word that had legs, should have had enough thrust from the Consumer side to really take off but has just well, fizzled. This…

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