Does June 29, 2007 ring any bells for you? That's the day Apple released the first iPhone. The year before, Apple's market capitalization was $61 Billion. Recently Apple became the first company to reach a market cap of $1 Trillion. That growth can be almost entirely attributed to the iPhone released on that day.
Big ambition without concrete objectives is just dreaming and concrete objectives without big ambition could just be another way of standing still. Put them together though, and you could reach the moon.
The mind, software to our brain, follows a spectrum of highs and lows through the day. Recent findings suggest conventional wisdom may have been wrong on when it's best to do creative work versus analytical work.
IT employees such as CNC administrators and solutions architects may lose over $30,000 in annual productivity due to work interruptions, but a closer examination of those stoppages may help you gain much of that loss back.
Infrastructure, Software and Platforms provided as-a-Service are gaining ground on traditional methods of using these physical resources. Now human resources and skills provided as-a-Service for the Enterprise are also gaining popularity. This blog outlines five benefits from using JD Edwards CNC as-a-Service.
Ellen Ullman's new book, a collection of essays written 20 years ago during her career as a software engineer, reflects on life as a coder throughout its evolution from PC to the cloud, and provides an uncanny preview of how technology has changed our lives for better and worse. A few of these essays are summarized here.
Are you having trouble accessing the data you need? Or spending too much time accessing and assembling it? Or are you simply waiting for the data and analytics to tell you what to do? Your answer will determine where your organization is on the analytics maturity model, and where you may want to go next.
Gartner's latest Magic Quadrant for Business Intelligence software ranks Microsoft as the Leader. Here's how their Power BI solution emerged as the evolution of Excel, along with some clarity on the various components and product names which Microsoft has been using.