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Collaboration: with MACS from Cisco it’s as if you’re really there!

We hear a lot about Collaboration and Innovation these days.  People try to define what each word means, and how they relate to each other. Probably the best source I’ve found so far is in a great blog by Carlos Domingez that addresses just that. Carlos is one of Cisco’s senior thought leaders, so check out his blog here: Collaboration: What Does it really mean? It’s a fascinating read, especially the references to  Evan Rosen …


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Economic Innovation within Established Markets

…in the area with plans to use the Olympic Park press and broadcast centers beyond the 2012 Games — as an innovation accelerator, offering flexible office space, facilities and expertise. Bringing Together Creativity and Energy Several leading companies have already said they will commit to invest in the long-term future of the area. I was born and raised in the East End of London, this is my home town neighborhood, so I was thrilled when…


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Cisco SVP Chris Dedicoat on Innovation in Europe

At the World Economic Forum, Cisco SVP of European Markets talks about how Innovation is driving the European Economy….



Standards Play a Vital Role in Fueling Innovation

…role of the federal government in standards.  (Watch the webcast here.) Standards play a vital role in fueling innovation, promoting competition, lowering technology costs and accelerating market growth – particularly when they are the result of an industry-led, consensus-based open, and transparent process, and voluntarily-adopted in the market. Secretary of Commerce Gary Locke opened  the event, reminding us of “…the tremendous impact standard…


How do you measure your Cloud Computing strategy?

…s really the right way to motivate an IT organization to drive itself from a maintenance-centric approach to an innovation-centric approach? Unfortunately, this happens all too often when IT is viewed as an enforcer of the bottom-line instead of an innovation engine for the top-line Let me give an example to highlight this concept of IT-the-enforcer vs. IT-the-innovator and how they don’t always have to be mutually exclusive. Most of you ha…


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