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Lessons in Innovation from the Future of Shopping

post by Chris Curran on February 25, 2015

Photo_RGB_R_NL_JA_00637.jpgA grocery store is a retail store that primarily sells food. A grocer is a bulk seller of food.

Guest post by Juan-carlos Morales In the next few years, the IoT will hit its stride and it’s arguable that no other industry will be more affected than the retail sector. Awash in “things” that can collect, store and communicate information, retailers will have opportunities at every turn of the shopping cart to win the […]

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When to Say “No” to #NoEstimates – A Case Study

post by Chris Curran on February 11, 2015

No estimates part 2

Guest post by Raymond Hearrell Recent traction around the #NoEstimates debate suggests the development community is looking to break free from traditional agile techniques like relative and t-shirt sizing. This lust for more freedom is not unwarranted. Many developers do their best work when constraints like timelines and documentation are removed. So, should you explore […]

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The Silver Lining for CIOs in HR’s Cloud Challenges

post by Chris Curran on February 02, 2015


Guest post by Dan Staley HR executives are flocking to the cloud as a means to better engage talent and empower employees. In many organizations, HR executives are flying solo on their cloud transitions without the support of IT—as cloud vendors sidestep the IT departments and sell directly to Chief Human Resource Officers (CHROs). Unfortunately, […]

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A New Year, A New CIO

post by Chris Curran on January 20, 2015


As we ring in a new year, enterprises are reaching a technology tipping point. According to our Digital IQ survey, almost 50% of technology spending is outside of the CIO’s budget. This data begs the question: is it possible for CIOs to continue to influence how the enterprise is leveraging technology? The short answer is […]

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Six Ways to Define Your Internet of Things Strategy

post by Chris Curran on December 16, 2014


Guest post by Frank Burkitt By 2020, an estimated 50 billion devices around the globe will be connected to the Internet. Perhaps a third of them will be computers, smartphones, tablets, and TVs. The remaining two-thirds will be other kinds of “things”: sensors, actuators, and newly invented intelligent devices that monitor, control, analyze, and optimize […]

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