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HP Inc: ‘The Future Is Whatever You Make It’

February 23, 2017
We don’t live in a Star Trek world where one person can call an industry dead and make it happen unless the vendors agree. HP Inc. is a great example of a firm rejecting that pronouncement.
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AMD vs. Intel: A Sun Tzu Lesson in Long-Term Strategy

February 22, 2017
With its Ryzen launch, AMD is avoiding making a strategic mistake it has made several times in the past, says analyst Rob Enderle.
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Distrust: Is It Time to Rethink Email? Or Throw It Out Altogether?

February 16, 2017
Anti-phishing needs to be built into email because too many people are being compromised. You need to be able to trust your communications.
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Morphisec: Rethinking Endpoint Security

February 14, 2017
We are badly outmatched in terms of the level, quality and sheer number of attacks our firms get every day, many of which are successful. We need a different class of security tool.
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Apple’s Class-Action Lawsuit: Never Intentionally Break Your Product

February 10, 2017
When a company intentionally harms a customer to force that customer to give it money, it not only is likely actionable, but it breaches trust. People do not want to do business with firms that do them harm and they tend to have a really long memory with regard to this kind of behavior.
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AMD’s Strangely Unusual Path to Market for Impressive New Server Processor

February 7, 2017
AMD is taking a very interesting path to market that pulls from its core differentiating feature and builds on its increasing financial success to overcome this shortcoming.
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Why Turnarounds Fail: Trump Edition

February 2, 2017
Given that we have no choice but to watch the Trump presidency, it might as well be a learning opportunity on the perils of turnarounds.
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