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Lithium Ion Risk: HP’s Battery Recall

January 5, 2018
HP notified that it was proactively recalling defective batteries. This is one of the few times a PC manufacturer has acted before the media picked up the problem. Kudos to HP for aggressively getting ahead of this.
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Addressing the Lack of Gender Diversity Problem at CES: We Need a More Diverse Buyer Pool

December 22, 2017
The lack of diversity at CES reflects badly on the firms attending the show.
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Corning’s HPFS Is Enabling the Next Generation of Seeing Machines

December 20, 2017
HPFS is poised to revolutionize a variety of industries: security; defense; autonomous flying and driving vehicles; real-time medical scanners; and an increasingly intelligent flood of domestic, military and industrial robots.
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Why I’ll Never Recommend AWS: The Danger of Draconian Policies in a Social World

December 19, 2017
With the advent of social media, screwing with customers can have severe repercussions.
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NVIDIA Moves from Automated Cars to Automated Construction Equipment

December 15, 2017
NVIDIA is moving aggressively to maintain its substantial lead in autonomous vehicles, moving initially from cars and trucks to drones and now to construction equipment.
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IBM Creates Servers Specifically Targeting AI

December 8, 2017
AI is coming, and it likely will be one of the biggest differentiators between firms that are well managed and provide responsive services at scale over those that do not.
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Qualcomm and the Birth of the Always Connected PC

December 6, 2017
Qualcomm is attempting to change the dynamic, making this about connectivity, not about the CPU performance, which has generally defined this segment since its inception.
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Should You Avoid Social Media to Protect Your Future Career?

November 30, 2017
The things we are posting on social media today will be part of our file in the future and once in, we will likely never be able to get them out.
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HP Inc. vs. HPE: Lessons the Industry Does Not Want to Learn

November 29, 2017
When you form a team, the team should be formed around the leader. It does not matter how good the people are if they either will not follow the leader or cannot function together.
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Why HR and Unions are Failing to Protect Against Harassment and Sexual Predators

November 22, 2017
We tend to focus on blame rather than understanding and fixing problems and it is easy to blame unions, which may lose members, and especially HR, which could see purges.
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Resetting for Below Zero Tolerance on Sexual Harassment

November 21, 2017
Avoid companies, managers and execs who behave inappropriately, not only because they could behave inappropriately with you but because you could become part of the collateral damage.
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Bill Gates’ City of Tomorrow: Can He Do What Disney Could Not?

November 17, 2017
Bill Gates has control over the outcome of his futuristic city idea, because technology has advanced to a level that makes the overall vision more viable.
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John Chen: Messages from the BlackBerry Keynote

November 14, 2017
Follow the BlackBerry focus on security because it will help you properly prioritize the classes of system that are mostly likely to be breached.
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Broadcom Qualcomm Merger: A Tragedy in Four Acts

November 10, 2017
Elements of a good merger range from assuring the scope of the acquiring company is broad enough to cover the acquisition to assuring there is a process that will not destroy the acquired company. Those elements do not exist here.
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Intel and AMD Coopetition: I Am Thinking Hell Just Froze Over

November 6, 2017
Done right, coopetition creates opportunities for all parties that would not exist otherwise and can reduce competitive inefficiencies.
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HP Takes Printers into Space: How Printing Became Relevant Again

November 1, 2017
HP has increased its investment in printing and been able to show growth in what was thought to be a terminally declining business.
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Delaying Windows 10 Rollouts Is Playing Russian Roulette with Your Employees

October 27, 2017
Microsoft is aggressively pushing out Windows 10 patches, because the speed at which the attackers are adjusting their attack vectors is unprecedented.
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Lenovo, Intel and the FIDO Alliance Finally Move to Kill Off the Password

October 26, 2017
Thanks to Lenovo, Intel and FIDO, passwords finally may be on their way to becoming well and truly dead.
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The Unspoken Problem with Salary Inequality: It Can’t Be Fixed by Policy

October 20, 2017
At the heart of this problem is that we still do not have an objective baseline for what a specific job is worth, except for a few high-value jobs where the salary is based on high demand and low availability.
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