Cloud Cyber Crime: Hackers Take to the Skies

July 11th, 2012

In this new era of cloud services, everyone, including hackers, is benefitting.  Gone are the days were Cyber criminals needed to use a victims' own computer. By leveraging the power of cloud computing and the new processing power available to them, new types of cyber-crime will emerge.

Mobile and the Cloud: Sky’s The Limit

July 10th, 2012

In today's age we use our mobile devices to keep us connected at all times. We use our devices for everything, from GPS navigation to Facebook to QR code scanning. This increased use has resulted new gadgets, new features and new technology.

As this trend escalates, cloud computing will play a key role.

Bring Your Own Device Movement

April 12th, 2012

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The Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) movement has gained unstoppable momentum. And thanks to the burgeoning mobile app market, employees have high expectations for these tools. They want an attractive user experience tailored to their devices.

Vote for i3!

March 20th, 2012

From cloud and security stories to virtualization, CRM and business analytics stories, we received a diverse collection of IBM Business Partner success stories and we'd like to introduce you to the 10 finalists. Why? Because your expert opinion will help us determine the ultimate winner.

Can you keep up with the Relentless March of Technology?

October 17th, 2011

I finally finished the book:  Here Comes Everybody by Clay Shirky.  Wow, what a great read.   The book is essentially about the impact and explosion ofcommunication and its impact on culture.  Mr. Shirky states, “When wechange the way we communicate, we change society.

The Big Switch – Cloud Technology’s Impact

July 27th, 2011

I finished the book:  The Big Switch – Rewiring the World from Edison to Google by Nicholas Carr while on vacation.   It’s great read and I recommend it to any of you.  I love a book that I think addresses one concept then hits me with unexpected ideas.

Should we Fail Fast or Methodically Plod Forward in our Organizations & Businesses?

June 30th, 2011

Did you know that Twitter was prototyped / beta for 2 weeks? Technological innovation is delivering new and different ways to accelerate your organizational results. I suggest that you open your mind to new and different ideas. Try a few out to see what works and doesn’t work. Succeed or fail fast – because three years from now – it all changes.