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07 Dec 2013 Five enterprise and CIO lessons from the BlackBerry decade [33918]
Enterprise AppsTech, November 28th, 2013

"BlackBerry changed the world," laments "Enterprise AppsTech."

"It made wireless email a killer app that every salesperson and travelling executive absolutely needed to have to get their work done. It gave us devices with batteries that lasted a full week, connectivity that made email feel real-time even over very slow networks, and a user experience that everyone LOVED. And, for IT, BlackBerry established a standard of security that protected even the most sensitive information with comprehensive policy support from a central management console.

Great email and great security were the hallmarks of the BlackBerry solution and no one else even came close to matching them in the first decade of this millennium..."

  • The enterprise smartphone is dead
  • The NOC does not rock
  • Email is not enough
  • A shiny paperweight is still a paperweight
  • Migration is the new norm

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03 Dec 2013 4 New Use Cases for Video in Recruiting [33929]
BrandonHall Group, December 3rd, 2013

"Unless you've spent the last couple of years under a rock, you know that video recruiting tools have become increasingly popular for screening and interviewing candidates. While some would go so far as to say that they're an essential part of a high-performing talent acquisition process - including my friend Bridget Webb, vice president of marketing at WePow - I think it's safer to say that video has proven to be a viable medium for executing critical workflows.

The most obvious value proposition is two-fold: they save time and money. The significant reduction of time recruiters and hiring managers spend screening candidates is a big win. But as more employers are taking candidate experience into consideration, a different story is emerging in video - one focused on the value of video for candidates..."
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01 Dec 2013 12 Creepy New Robots that Could Take Over the World [33821]
Network World, November 19th, 2013

"IREX, the largest robotic exhibition in the world, and IROS, the International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems, both recently showcased the cutting edge of technology combined with robotic innovation," writes Ms. Smith in "Network World."

"But you don't have to travel to Tokyo to see what's new, like 'cute' swarming quadrotors, flying robots, or bots that can assemble themselves or climb rocks and even clothes. It could be seen as cool, or it could be the beginning of a creepy future in which robots take over the world.

  • Attack of the cute swarming quadrotors
  • Cloth-climbing mini robots
  • Insect-inspired flying robot GimBall
  • Flying robot AirBurr sticks to walls for reconnaissance
  • Army of 908 tiny swarming house-cleaning bots
  • 100+ swarming kilobots working together
  • Self-assembling cubes
  • Amphibious snake robot
  • Flying spider drones
  • No escaping from MUWA flying, floating, rolling quadrotor
  • NASA's rock-climbing robot
  • WildCat 4-legged galloping robot

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28 Nov 2013 Five enterprise and CIO lessons from the BlackBerry decade [33885]
Enterprise AppsTech, November 28th, 2013

"BlackBerry changed the world. It made wireless email a killer app that every salesperson and travelling executive absolutely needed to have to get their work done. It gave us devices with batteries that lasted a full week, connectivity that made email feel real-time even over very slow networks, and a user experience that everyone LOVED. And, for IT, BlackBerry established a standard of security that protected even the most sensitive information with comprehensive policy support from a central management console.

Great email and great security were the hallmarks of the BlackBerry solution and no one else even came close to matching them in the first decade of this millennium..."

  • The enterprise smartphone is dead
  • The NOC does not rock
  • Email is not enough
  • A shiny paperweight is still a paperweight
  • Migration is the new norm

Read on for details.
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25 Nov 2013 Update Your Job Search [33880]
Harvard Business Review, November 25th, 2012

"Month by month, the job market keeps easing upward. Although we haven't fully made up the number of jobs that were lost in this recession, almost every industry has grown jobs since the economy hit rock bottom in February 2010. And there are plenty of new kinds of jobs that have been created since then, too.

Now this optimism is starting to spread. People who stayed glued to their jobs during the downturn are starting to dip their toes in the water to see if there is a new position out there for them. But while they have been hunkered down waiting for the recession to pass, the job market has been changing. If you have been at the same organization for five or more years, you are in danger of making some big mistakes that can completely derail your job search. Here's a handful of those pitfalls and how to avoid them..."
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