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Drones and Big Data

Two weeks ago, I had a conversation with some colleagues where I was postulating a future bull market for drones, as I envisioned a number of commercial applications (food service, surveillance, etc). Coincidentally, this topic ha ...
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A Framework for Enterprise Software

For decades, the companies in this industry have produced sophisticated and complex products. They are difficult to assemble, require the stitching together of a variety of component parts, and its often a long time from the begin ...
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Self-Service is the Future of Enterprise Software

Despite human desire to be pampered and served, there is a huge affinity to self service throughout the economy. Some samples: 1) Would you prefer to print your own boarding pass or have an agent do it for you? 2) Do you like taki ...
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The Business Opportunity of the Decade

Peter Drucker, the famed management guru, frequently talks about risk (more specifically managing risk) in a business. Per usual, he simplifies into 4 kinds of risk: 1) Risks that you must take 2) Risks that you can afford to take ...
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Big Data: All Aboard the Information Bus

What is good for the short term is often not good for the long term. A simple example from baseball: As it became obvious that steroids enhanced performance, many players turned to the ‘juice’, to d ...
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The Myth of Start Up Costs

Conventional wisdom in the start-up community these days is that it has never been cheaper to start and build a company. It’s been written and re-written about, but I’ll summarize the logic as: You used to have to buil ...
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