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Since 2007 I conducted an independent research effort (The Liquid CIO), with the aim to understand if it is possible to think of an IT organization that is truly innovative and engaging, without the l
Story by Francisco Boerr on January 4, 2014
To thrive, companies and industries need to look at “disruptive technologies and processes” as opportunities rather than threats.
Story by Atul Khanzode on December 23, 2011
Purdue University has built five Top500.org-ranked supercomputers in the past four years, not by receiving millions of dollars in additional funding, but by improving the way in which it managed its r
Story by Steve Tally on December 23, 2011
Do you feel hamstrung by your company’s IT policies? Are the IT tools you have at home more up-to-date than ones you’re forced to use at work? Do you wish you had more control over your IT environment at work? If so, you’re not alone. A while back in the Wall Street Journal, Nick Wingfield dared to...
Blog by Gary Hamel on June 8, 2011
In the new economy, employees are often perplexed by the disconnect between employee technology and corporate objectives. Executives talk about employee empowerment, the need for innovation, the importance of social media and new business models. But they provide employees with locked-down desktop...
Blog by Paul D'Arcy on June 7, 2011