Expanding use cases for enterprise video

Who is this guy? He is a luminary in the field of computer science. Does anybody know him? To anecdotally attest to his popularity: back in the late 90s, I attended a sold-out presentation that he gave in NYC that was followed by a standing ovation. After...


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Fuhgeddaboudit….and other notes on compelling communications

I live in Brooklyn, NY, and like all savvy New Yorkers, I know that whenever I need to drive out of the city headed west, the fastest way out of town will be to avoid Manhattan traffic by crossing the Verrazano Narrows Bridge.   If you don’t know this...


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Remembering tech changes and looking forward to a flexible future

Remember the late 1990s? Beanie Babies selling for hundreds of dollars on eBay, the Macarena was ranked the “#1 Greatest One-Hit Wonder of All Time”, and the Dot Com Bubble was still the Dot Com Boom. At the time, Microsoft dominated consumer tech and...


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“Social” impact on enterprise IT – is it the technology?

In a recent publication, the technology research firm Gartner, Inc., named “Social” as one of the four biggest trends impacting enterprise IT (for the record, the others are Mobile, Cloud, and Information).  Certainly, recent news like Microsoft’s...


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The “re-imagination” of nearly everything

Mary Meeker’s  presentation from the recent “All Things D” conference noted that mobile adoption is still in its infancy, and that got me thinking about what this means for my enterprise customers and their ability for their employees to...


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The Innovator’s Dilemma and the enterprise video ecosystem

"The Innovator’s Dilemma," Clayton Christensen’s best seller from back in 2003, is still one of the most important business books of our time. In it, the author seeks to explain why disruptive technologies from upstart companies repeatedly seem to...


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