|March 12, 2013|
|Can you answer the question everyone is asking? WTF — What is the future of business?|
|By Brian Solis|
| Today’s leading companies are already becoming obsolete. Fortunately or unfortunately, they won’t know until it’s too late. In 10 years, 40% of the Fortune 500 was replaced. Irrelevance is only accelerating. It’s Digital Darwinism out here. #AdaptorDie!
Ignorance is bliss, until it’s not.
Technology…social, mobile, real-time, it’s changing the world. Customers are evolving into something new. They’re more connected, empowered, and demanding.
Can you answer the question everyone is asking?
||Today's Top Videos:|
|Here's Why Google Doesn't Turn Off Toolbar PageRank|
|Google's Matt Cutts is back online, he's been steadily putting out new Webmaster Help videos on a daily basis. It will be interesting to see how long this continues. [...]|
|Here's Eric Schmidt's Entire Cambridge Speech [Video]|
|Google executive chairman Eric Schmidt continues to make headlines. In fact, though he handed the CEO reins to Larry Page in 2011, he may still grab more headlines than page thanks to things like his imaginative speeches and a recent trip to North Korea. [...]|
|First Clip From jOBS Hits The Web [Video]|
|Entertainment Tonight has posted the first clip we've seen from the upcoming Steve Jobs biopic jOBS, starring Ashton Kutcher and Josh Gad as Jobs and Steve Wozniak. The clip features the duo in a scene talking about Wozniak's operating system. [...]|
|What Is Big Data?|
| Big Data… the buzz word is flying around all over the Internet, but have you ever asked yourself what the heck is big data exactly? Geospatial pros have worked with “big” data products forever it seems, however, all of a sudden data has apparently gotten very big! So, what is Big Data? Esri has tackled this question and has a special resource to provide an answer.
This from Esri… Big Data is popularly defined using the Three “V”s, defined by Gartner1as [...]
|The Multi-Screen Employee Experience||Beware: BYOA May Rival BYOD as IT Issue||IBM Picks Up Kenexa To Enhance Social Business Initiatives|
|Multi-screen experiences are crucial but they aren’t just for the consumer that has his tablet open while watching TV. The multi-screen experience is just as important for employees within organizations and is a necessity for the future of [...]||There has been a lot of discussion about the BYOD movement (Bring Your Own Device) where people are getting their own smart phone and/or tablet. Well, I think the complementary to that may be just as big. This opinion is not based on any research, just a number of conversations I have had recently. ?Now I am certainly not claiming to be [...]||IBM has acquired Kenexa in a cash transaction for around $1.3 billion. I know about a bit about Kenexa as they acquired [...]|
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