Tag Archives: Dimension Data

Workspaces for Tomorrow

Change in business and culture is happening at the fastest pace ever. It is all around us, with new processes not just improving the old ones but completely replacing them. Digital downloads replaced record/CD stores, search engines replaced phone books, apps are quickly replacing the traditional taxi and hotel industries, and the way we work […]

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The Electronic Water Cooler — Or Why Google and Yahoo are Wrong

Waking up on a Sunday morning I find myself (again) reading another on-line article that (again) states why telecommuting is a mixed blessing. Yes, it states, the economic, productivity and environmental gains of smarter working and working from wherever you happen to be are now finally indisputable, but however, it goes on to quote so many […]

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Mobility, Video, and the ‘Zees’

Late last year I authored and edited an article on the topic of mobile video technology [PDF]. I made the point that none of us plans to go around holding our smartphone at arm’s length while riding the bus. The exact quote was, “We all pictured how ridiculous it would be with everyone on a […]

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First and Second Screens

At the end of a long day, I like to sit back in front of a TV and just decompress. That makes sense, right? Since the debut of broadcast television it has served as a portal for the mind to travel to exotic worlds, an empath to help us feel great joy and great sorrow, a […]

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