I read a great editorial[i] recently. It points out that email is a tool that every office worker uses every day, is comfortable with, serves as the employee’s main form of communication, and is their primary information repository.  It asks the question, “Can an Email...

Silicon Valley is home to the largest population of high tech companies in the world!  Thousands of start-ups, angel investors, and venture capitalists are here as well.  If you are an IT start-up, Silicon Valley is probably on your bucket list. To share this experience...

I have been going to write about this for a long time.  I think they might call it Revisionist History. Have you ever noticed that people tend to remember things based on their own perception of life?  I guess it makes sense, since we all perceive...

In a July 21st, 2014 article for the DocumentMedia.com, author Ron Glaz dissected a recent IDC survey to come up with some very interesting statistics and correlations about which organizations tend to automate business processes and workflows.  The IDC study was completed in December of 2013. ...

The kickoff to the Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference was just as extraordinary as you would expect!  Held at Washington DC’s Verizon Center, it had live music, fireworks, and of course Kevin Turner, Microsoft’s dynamic COO as the keynote speaker.  It seemed like every seat was...

Microsoft Corporation recently commissioned the well-respected Boston Consulting Group (BCG) to conduct a three year long research study around the use of technology in mid-sized companies.  BCG has been consulting with corporations for over 50 years, and is a leader in the field of helping...

I have just finished a trip to Hong Kong to attend the International ICT Expo as part of a Canadian Trade Mission.  This trip really opened my eyes to the focus and resources that Hong Kong is putting behind becoming a big player in the tech...