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I know I haven't posted here in a while but I just read three posts this past week that made my head spin - Should IT be unionized, Revealed: The jobs that will be wiped out by cloud computing, and... Read More..
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The tech world this year has been like many others; in fact better than most. The blistering pace of technology advancement continues despite the world's economic troubles. If we all think back to 2011 we will each recall a set... Read More..
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This past conference season I had the opportunity to attend two compelling presentations that addressed significant issues and trends in the world of IT.  The first examined current IT portfolios and compared many organizations' IT environments to closets full of... Read More..
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We've debated and posted on social, BPM, enterprise 2.0, mobile, Google and the iPhone quite a bit lately. And, some of us have commented that all these technologies don't amount to much without an application that leverages the platforms. So,... Read More..
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Even the briefest hiatus has the world passing one by these days. It's been about a month since I last posted, spending part of that "off the grid" on vacation. Since then, iPhone is being outsold by Android phones and... Read More..
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The weekend before last, the New York Times published a short article on claims processing in the U.S. healthcare industry. It mentioned the fact that "real-time claims adjudication" is the formal name of the initiative, which is ironic given... Read More..
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No, this is not a post about government subsidized health care. This is about how social media for health care can improve our patient experience. Two sites were mentioned in a NY Times article this weekend, www.patientslikeme.com and www.curetogether.com. Both... Read More..
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Carl Frappaolo's excellent post last week (ECM Grows In Stature...), highlights one of those chaos/opportunity moments for IT professionals in today's fast paced world. There is so much good information in there that I fear I will not do it... Read More..
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A few months ago I wrote about 2009 being my wake up call for social media. I started 2009 wondering about Twitter and its usefulness as well as its lifespan. One year later, I admitted that Twitter is a force... Read More..
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This past week I had the pleasure of watching a truly compelling presentation by Keith Ferrazzi. His consulting company, Ferrazzi Greenlight, helps organizations build high performance teams. His latest book is "Who's Got Your Back." Occupying the unenviable spot of... Read More..
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Doug Mow blogs from a business executive's perspective about IT trends, tech news and life in the trenches of an Enterprise 2.0 transformation.

Doug Mow

#CMO of Courion Corporation responsible for all branding, communications, messaging, online and offline marketing. Courion is the leading provider of access management tools that provide maximum access to corporate IT assets with minimal risk.

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