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All posts for December 2008

  1. Does it rain or does it pour?

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    Cloud computing is one of the disruptive technologies (read some facts here) that is the new standard in the invisible infostructure. As Mark stated earlier on this blog, Cloud Computing is about trust and 'trust is a value I am choosing to rely on...

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  2. Social Media Marketing

    Categories : Social

    This morning I decided to add a new search panel to my TweetDeck (one of the most popular Twitter desktop clients) setup, because I would like to stay up to speed on the currently very hot subject of Social Media. I was instantly treated on a long...

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  3. Tech Predictions 2009: "Open" is the new "Closed"

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    My fellow blogger Rick Mans is absolutely right in his plead to please not block social tools. Some time before Rick also predicted that "Trust" will become the new "Control". With this post, I am piggy-backing on that very prediction. I say that...

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  4. Do not block please

    Categories : Social

    It is not uncommon that companies, schools and universities block social networking services, video and photo sites. Blocking is usually a respons to mis-usage of those tools: tools are used in a wrong way or at inappropriate times. However you...

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  5. Leadership in tough times

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    The recent Leaders in London event brought together some great business leaders (e.g. Jack Welch & Muhammad Yunus) and inspired speakers (e.g. Rudy Giuliani & Carly Fiorina) to share their thoughts on the main topic du-jour for most CxOs,...

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  6. Lego IT - competitive advantage by assembly

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    Meeting clients and discussing their IT challenges and how they look at how IT can support competitive advantage is always interesting and enlightening. One common argument that often comes up is that the truly differentiating solutions, where a...

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  7. The Long Tail is not a fail

    Anderson downgrades Long Tail to Chocolate Teapot status: "The end came quickly," as authors of morbid weepies like to say. On Monday WiReD magazine editor Chris Anderson effectively admitted game over for his "Long Tail", the idea he's been...

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