The Hamburger and the Sea of Documents

Papa's (Ernest Hemingway's) Favorite Hamburger Ernest Hemingway was the original “Most Interesting Man in the World.”  In 2002 when I heard that Hemmingway’s library in Cuba would be digitized I pushed for Documentum to get involved.  I was ready to volunteer my skills and my vacations to the effort.  Documentum didn’t, but I didn’t forget the... Continue Reading →

The Last Architect

Much is written about the changing role of IT in organizations brought about by the cloud. I truly believe the days of corporate enterprise kingdoms  commanding huge budgets and headcount are numbered. Moving to the cloud and SaaS is simply too compelling of a business argument not to pursue The downstream effects however are not fully... Continue Reading →

Three Tips for Road Warriors

My intent this week had been to start a series of posts on partnering strategies, but all of that changed while I was watching the final quarter of the Giants vs. Cowboys game.  I got a call on my cell phone from a number I didn’t know.  I didn’t answer, instead letting it go to... Continue Reading →

If Healthcare Were Software

The Supreme Court hearings on the Patient Protection and Affordability Act (Obamacare)  last week fascinated me. It is one of the few news stories in recent memory that requires you to think rather than just react. In following the topic, I have tied to compare and look for patterns in other areas of my life... Continue Reading →

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