Why I’m Sold on Collaboration Tech

By Adam Buteux, with contributions from Jake Mauro You know technology is truly powerful when it begins to alter a company’s culture, and that’s exactly what we are seeing as real-time collaboration software takes hold. We first began to notice and analyze the changes at PwC when our team used the real-time collaboration software to pull […] MORE

September 30, 2016

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A CIO’s Guide for Engaging the Board

Guest post by Paula Loop, Leader of PwC’s Governance Insights Center New technologies from artificial intelligence and drones to 3-D printing, predictive analytics, and driverless cars are disrupting how companies compete and create value. US CEOs believe investing in technology is the most direct path to meaningful innovation and operational efficiency, but these new technologies […] MORE

June 21, 2016

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Telework Talk is Too Extreme

The news that two major technology companies are summoning their teleworkers back to the office revealed people hold strong opinions about where employees should work and why. I’m hearing a lot of all or nothing thinking behind the telework talk. Some contend that corralling employees into one location is critical to create a culture that […] MORE

March 19, 2013

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Will Voice Leapfrog Handwriting Recognition?

Last year, I posed the question if Apple’s barrier to business adoption of the iPad was handwriting recognition. In fact at the time I thought that without a better data input method, the iPad would only be really useful as an information consumption device. Since then, I have experimented extensively with the iPad as a […] MORE

September 13, 2011

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3 CTO Role Models

Given the game-changing possibilities of information technology and the ever-increasing complexity of the corporate IT platform, it is time to consider elevating enterprise leadership roles along-side the CIO. The first place for us to start is with the Chief Technology Officer. While the CIO role and scope of responsibility is more understood, the CTO and […] MORE

April 11, 2011

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7 Great iPad Apps for CIOs

As we head into the weekend, maybe you will be sitting down with a coffee tomorrow morning with your iPad, wondering what to do with it beyond read email and looking at a few websites.  I thought I would share a few ideas for how you can get more out of it, especially focusing on […] MORE

October 08, 2010

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iPads and Airplanes

On the plane this morning with 3 hours on my hands, I decided to pay for another 30-day pass on GoGo and fired up the iPad.  As I continue to experiment with the iPad for day to day business tasks, I’m constantly finding great reasons to use it more.  This morning, I was admiring the […] MORE

September 08, 2010

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Handwriting Recognition is iPad’s Next Hurdle

A recent survey of 500 companies by Citrix says that 80% of companies plan to buy iPads.  The big question is why?  The iPad is a no-brainer for a personal laptop replacement, super media device, advanced remote control, and all-around great home computing device.  But for work, the rationale is less clear. At the latest […] MORE

June 03, 2010

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iPad’s Killer App for the Enterprise

I have been using the iPad daily for about 6 weeks and love it.  It is a great media computer for video ( and netflix are fantastic), newspapers and books (my Kindle books have new life with the superb graphics).  The browsing experience is great and of course the games are plentiful (Scrabble and Jumbline […] MORE

May 27, 2010

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Enterprise Collaboration - What’s Your Problem?

Standing in line at DFW this morning, I glanced over to scan the latest TSA signage. The placard asks that anyone who has feedback to vista the TSA blog. Huh? Why use a blog that’s intended primarily as a publishing channel to collect feedback? That struck me as odd. So, I went to the site […] MORE

February 25, 2010

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