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2011 AICPA TECH+ (Day 3): Inspector Gadget

This year David Cieslak (Inspector Gadget) showed up on stage dress like a Star Trek character. Needless to say the session was very interesting and fun. For 2011 “Inspector Gadget” brings up a lot of interesting topics: Hardware, Peripherals, Cloud computing, Communications, Green, and Gadgets Hardware: Related Posts:2011 AICPA TECH+(Day 2): Optimizing Your Social Networking […]

2011 AICPA TECH+ (Day 3): Workflow Tools

According to Wikipedia – A workflow consists of a sequence of connected steps. For control purposes, workflow may be a view on real work under a chosen aspect, thus serving as a virtual representation of actual work. The flow being described may refer to a document or product that is being transferred from one step to another. Due to the nature of […]

2011 AICPA TECH+(Day 2): Optimizing Your Social Networking Strategy

In 2010 the words “Social Media” & “Social Networking” became buzzwords as the world shifted focus on websites like Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn. Without a doubt this was the year to tweet your feelings and stories or friend or de-friend people on Facebook. Many companies jumped into Social Networking bandwagon immediately and some of them […]

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    • Don’t bet too soon on the hot cloud technologies June 27, 2017
      We all know what’s cool now in the cloud: microservices, devops, containers, and machine learning. It’s what guys like me are writing and speaking about. However, the overapplication of these technologies could end up hurting you greatly. Here’s why.On one hand, I want to promote the use of new technology, such as cloud computing and […]
    • ‘Pick that cloud, lose our business’: What to do June 23, 2017
      Here’s a shocker: Wal-Mart is telling some technology companies that if they want Wal-Mart’s business, they can’t use Amazon Web Services. (Wal-Mart says it simply doesn’t want customers storing Wal-Mart’s sensitive info on AWS.) That’s a tall order for technology companies that may have invested millions in their tech running on AWS.However, if you see […]
    • This time, you can trust the cloud Magic Quadrant June 20, 2017
      The latest Garter Magic Quadrant report for cloud infrastructure is out. Usually, the release of a Magic Quadrant means I have to correct its findings when talking to my clients. Enterprises take these as gospel, managing by Magic Quadrant—and as a result picking their technology, often the wrong technology, for the wrong reasons.This time, I […]
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