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My digital foundations #2
It’s time to set some principles to support the choices you are making for your personal digital architecture. This second instalment of digital foundations will help you extend your architecture to protect your digital content and assets. In the first … Continue reading http://www.infodrivenbusiness.com/post.php?post=

Business transformation creates long-term value
Companies that do acquisitions and invest in major, enterprise-wide, business transformations are more valuable in the long term. However, in the short-term it can feel like they are destroying shareholder value. It does not take long looking at companies that … Continue reading http://www.infodrivenbusiness.com/post.php?post=

Who are we leaving behind?
I was recently invited to deliver the keynote address at the University of Melbourne engineering and IT awards night. I took the opportunity to challenge today’s students to think about the people being left behind as in the move to … Continue reading http://www.infodrivenbusiness.com/post.php?post=

The Quantum Computer dream could be killed by Information Management
For years now the physics community has been taking the leap into computer science through the pursuit of the quantum computer.  As weird as the concepts underpinning the idea of such a device are, even weirder is the threat that … Continue reading http://www.infodrivenbusiness.com/post.php?post=

Customers smile at the edges
One of the best ways of understanding your success is by measuring how happy your customers are.  To make sense of their response you obviously need to segment customers.  In this post I propose segmenting customers according to the complexity … Continue reading http://www.infodrivenbusiness.com/post.php?post=



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