follow url Last week we saw the CES hype machines operating at full speed. Ahead of the show, I posted a column over at Forbes on my prediction for the most over-hyped innovations for CES 2012. After a few days at CES, I found three innovations that I felt have future potential (none of these innovations are shipping and […]
whitepapercopywriter com I was recently interviewed by Rich Karlgaard, Publisher of Forbes on the role of the CTO and how it balances the near term needs of the organization while also making sure that there is a robust pipeline of ideas to meet the future needs of customers. Rich also gets me to talk about what devices […]https://eatrightfoundation.org/2019/mla-formatting-title/5/
https://pvadamh.org/called-viagra-triangle/ My latest column for Forbes has just been posted … One way technology companies make money is by pushing their latest and greatest gadgets to their most rabid customers—and charging a premium for it for as long as they can. The question: Do you plunk down early and often to get an edge on […]
follow url Many believe that the CIO’s role is to keep the IT “lights” on. Given the I’m a former CIO, I understand and appreciate the challenges of the CIO job. Below is the link to a video of some of my thoughts on how IT and the CIO can play a key role in driving the innovation agenda within their organization.
https://bmra.org/bmra/the-metamorphosis-essay/21/ A few months ago, I was approached by Forbes.com about writing a regular column where I would share my views and opinions on technology. Given everything on my plate, I hesitated but finally made the plunge. Now I have one more person running my life, an editor! (Thanks Brett) To be clear, this is separate from […]
go During the Consumer Electronics Show (CES), I’m busy with meetings and press interviews the first few days of the show so I reserve Saturday to get out and see what others are showing. This year, Brian Caulfield asked if he and a video crew from Forbes could join me for the first hour of my […]
go to site A few weeks back, I was in London for press interviews and customer meetings. The press interviews were with The Daily Telegraph, The Inquirer, Computing, Reuters and a podcast with The Guardian.