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Digging into Microsoft Ignite Satya Nadella Keynote

September 24, 2018
This is what a keynote should be: a balance between vision and products, a heavy focus on customers and applied solutions, and a solid and heartfelt effort to help improve the world we all live in.
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The Best New-Collar Job: A Mainframe Technician?

September 19, 2018
The IBM Apprenticeship Program and other non-traditional programs focus on new-collar mainframe job skills, which are in high demand.
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Why Dell’s Security Camera IoT Offering Is Doing So Well: It Focuses on Results

September 7, 2018
Dell Technologies is so successful with its security effort because of the EMC storage component and the ability to be a general contractor.
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Intel Actions on Security/Performance Problems Should Drive Recall and Government Oversight

September 4, 2018
Intel has behaved badly around a processor problem, shifting the risk to OEMs and end customers.
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Dell vs. Intel and the Acquisition Process

August 29, 2018
Firms generally buy companies in areas where they want to expand and lack the knowledge and skills. Then they put uninformed executives in to run the effort and seem surprised when the result is a disaster.
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SIGGRAPH 2018: NVIDIA Just Obsolesced Moore’s Law and Intel to Create Something Amazing

August 14, 2018
With the graphics technology expanding how we view reality using technologies like augmented and virtual reality, the lines are increasingly blurred between what is real and what we can imagine.
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Threadripper 2: A Workstation Processor Second to None

August 8, 2018
Threadripper makes AMD appear trendy, gives the company bragging rights on performance, draws potential buyers to the brand, and differentiates the company positively against Intel, its primary competitor.
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Why Facebook (and Others) Should Look to IBM to Save Them from Privacy Mistakes

August 2, 2018
IBM might be the best source for Facebook or any other company concerned about the potentially terminal exposure of breaching customer trust and violating privacy.
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The AI Primer That Everyone Should Read

July 26, 2018
A new book frames how we got where we are, what the job risks may be, and what the future will probably look like, in the age of artificial intelligence.
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Free Anti-Phishing Training from Sacha Baron Cohen

July 17, 2018
It is a shame that we cannot be more trusting, but the reality is that a lot of people make a living scamming others. The damage is very real.
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IBM Redefines Storage Market Thanks to Impressive Leadership

July 11, 2018
Given new capabilities at IBM Storage, we can expect more breakout products like the new FlashSystem 9100 that include, like this hardware does, powerful new performance surprises unique to IBM.
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Causal Analysis: How Intel’s Board Picked the Wrong CEO, a Huge Process Problem

July 3, 2018
With three failed CEOs in a row, maybe it is time to take a different approach at Intel, and have a board that has interests in line with the interests of Intel.
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Intel’s Biggest Problems to Fix: Ethics, Loyalty, Priorities

June 25, 2018
If the Intel board could not do proper due diligence for Brian Krzanich or govern his bad behavior, why would anyone think they can choose a replacement, run their companies, or provide advice that is any better?
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Brian Krzanich, Intel CEO, Resigns (He Got Fired). What Is Next for Intel?

June 21, 2018
Boards really need to think through who they choose as CEO. Generally, you need someone with both the skills and attitude for what is not only a very difficult job but a very different job from any other in the company.
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Cisco Live Chuck Robbins Keynote: Making the World a Better Place

June 11, 2018
This keynote ended with a promise that Cisco intends to make a positive impact on the world. Regardless of what Cisco sells, Cisco wants to make a positive, meaningful difference.
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Four Reasons Why AMD Is Outperforming Intel

June 8, 2018
AMD has an unprecedented opportunity to displace Intel if it can ramp up quickly enough.
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HP Anticipating Factories Becoming Huge Printers

May 30, 2018
The concept is that the factory itself, as 3D printers advance and become more capable, would evolve into a huge and vastly more capable 3D printer. Rather than printing parts, these huge printers would print things like fully capable automobiles.
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HP: Redefining AR/VR with Creative Problem Solving

May 24, 2018
HP is demonstrating two ways of problem solving in its Sprout AR/VR products.
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AMD’s Ryzen Pro Campaign: How You Could Get Fired for Buying Intel Xeon

May 14, 2018
An AMD campaign will ask the question of whether buying an Intel Xeon part could put your job at risk.
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