Dell Technologies World: Power to the People

Dell Technologies World this week was about expanding the Digital Transformation story, this time through the entire technology family. With his keynote on Monday, Michael Dell extended the idea of digital transformation beyond simply a competitive necessity (“technology strategy is business strategy”) to becoming an engine by which businesses could positively change the world as “technology amplifies human activity.” These...

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IBM—Innovation, Investments Fuel a Transformational Journey

Ocean-going ships offer one of the most commonplace images for describing large enterprise behavior. You know the drill, including allusions to the difficulty of stopping or turning aircraft carriers or oil tankers “on a dime.” Plus, there are the difficulties businesses face from iceberg-like challenges whose dangers are mostly invisible or unknowable. Such time-worn analogies often collapse into cliché, but the underlying concept...

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IBM and Dynamic Transformation

One of the IT industry’s most enduring qualities is its continual evolution. You see it everywhere, really, in elemental technologies, products and services, marketplace strategies, end user behavior, and customer response. But evolution isn’t evenly distributed or embraced, particularly among technology vendors. In fact, the opposite is usually the case, especially among those who have been talented and lucky enough to develop a...

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The Cisco Chambers Challenge: Disrupt or be disrupted…

Legendary rock band, Aerosmith, closed Cisco Live! 2015 with a high energy performance at Petco Park in San Diego. One of the first numbers they played was “Livin’ On the Edge.” According to outgoing CEO, John Chambers, many businesses are going to be “living on the edge” in today’s digitized world. To read the complete article, CLICK...

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HP: We Are Your Transformation Partner
Jun03

HP: We Are Your Transformation Partner

LAS VEGAS: Welcome to HP 2.0. In just 5 months HP as we know it will cease to exist, replaced by HP Senior, for enterprises, and HP Junior, for PCs, printers, and the huddled masses (AKA SMBs), both companies to be generating in excess of $50 billion a year in revenues. Before approximately 10,000 customers, partners and employees, HP Chairman, President & CEO Meg Whitman gave her last keynote at the company’s annual...

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