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Apple vs. Qualcomm Litigation and the Nuclear Option

April 14, 2017
While the heart of this appears to be an ill-conceived effort to force Qualcomm to give Apple a unique discount and competitive advantage, that now seems unachievable due to the public nature of this dispute.
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The Implicit AI Warning and United: Don’t Assure the Data at Your Peril

April 12, 2017
As we create ever more capable AI systems that can emulate human thinking, we have to be careful that it isn’t just the speed of the decisions that is being enhanced.
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Anticipating and Preventing a Total Laptop Travel Ban

April 7, 2017
Analyst Rob Enderle explains why we should take the laptop ban situation as a threat to the electronics industry and IT departments, and what we can do to address it.
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Why Fake News on PC and Printer Death Is Dangerous

April 6, 2017
Not only aren’t PCs and printers going away, both are experiencing a bit of a resurgence. This means our focus on assuring that they don’t become security problems needs to be updated along with our belief that these problems will somehow be self-correcting.
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Why HP Inc. Is So Successful

March 31, 2017
HP Inc. shows that if you can get everyone focused on a common goal, and you have good people, then what is impossible becomes fluid and amazing things result.
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IBM’s New Four Pillars

March 29, 2017
IBM has made a fundamental shift, moving from its old hardware, software and services base to a focus on cloud, blockchain, quantum computing and cognitive computing.
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The IBM Cloud: CEO Ginni Rometty’s InterConnect 2017 Keynote

March 21, 2017
IBM CEO Ginni Rometty began and ended with a focus on the customer, letting the customer help her conclude the talk so the words were an IBM translation of what the customer wants but native from the customer.
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Interconnect 2017: IBM and Securekey Move to Corner Financial Transaction Market

March 20, 2017
Innovative use of Blockchain could do some fascinating things to how we do transactions. Even things like paying taxes or voting could be dramatically changed, because at the heart of this is a validated identity.
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Should Watson Co-Run IBM?

March 17, 2017
Yes, Watson should co-run IBM. Not only would this put a Watson again at the head of the firm, it would create the first AI company to be co-run by an AI.
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Intel and Mobileye: Jumpstarting Autonomous Cars

March 13, 2017
Technology companies move incredibly fast, so for one to catch another from behind organically is nearly impossible. Intel's acquisition of Mobileye has risk, but is promising.
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NVIDIA Jetson TX2: NVIDIA Goes into the Volume Brain Business

March 10, 2017
The NVIDIA TX2 launch highlighted new artificial intelligence applications in everything from facial recognition, to search and rescue, to agriculture, to robotics.
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Microsoft and Steelcase Finally Begin to Obsolesce Cubicle Hell

March 6, 2017
Every firm should take a look around and realize it is time to recognize and step up to addressing this problem and end the pervasive problem of traditional cubicle farms and windowless offices.
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From Panasonic to Porsche: Windows 10 2-in-1s at Mobile World Congress

March 1, 2017
Details on some of the more interesting 2-in-1 offerings from companies like HP, Lenovo, Panasonic and Porsche Design.
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Threatcasting 2026: Anticipating a Blended Cyber Attack with Up to 2M Fatalities

February 28, 2017
Efforts like threatcasting are critical to identifying potential threats and building up defenses against them and there are private companies and military organizations involved in this effort.
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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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