connections

Riding the Internet of Everything Wave

Last week I attended the Consumerization of IT in the Enterprise (CITE) expo in San Francisco – home of delicious seafood and great surfing. At the conference I had a chance to talk about the changing tide of IT and how we can prepare for the next big swell. Throughout history there are moments in […]

Connected Millennials Entering the Workforce

Earlier this year, CNN reported that the U.S. jobless rate fell to its lowest level since 2008. Positive job growth—and having the talent to fulfill these job openings—is great news for employers, jobseekers, and the economy as a whole. As the academic year comes to an end, college graduates around the world are getting ready […]

Ethernet Turns 40 — and Continues To Influence the Technology Landscape

“The farther back you can look, the farther forward you are likely to see.”  – Winston Churchill It is nearly impossible – even foolish – to look ahead without looking back. Glimpses into the past can give us inspiration for new innovations and even teach us what not to do. Behind every great technological innovation […]

Anytime, Anywhere Efficiency

As today’s workforce continues to become more mobile and adopt the “on-the-go” mentality both at home and at work, their needs are also evolving. Companies need to respond. Empowering employees to work anytime, anywhere will improve efficiencies and increase productivity. When the staff takes their work outside of office walls, an environment of knowledge, sharing […]

Connect This With That: What Is Next?

I wonder – what will connect tomorrow? What is going to connect next? Thinking about the countless ways that different people, process, data and things will connect over upcoming years...

Weird? Or Previously Unexplored?

A connected toothbrush that gives you a virtual checkup every time you brush – is that weird, or near-term reality? I recently came across the article “25 Weirdest Things in the ‘Internet of Things’” in InfoWorld, which focuses on the different – and what many might consider unorthodox – ways in which the Internet is […]