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    Collaboration and innovation are two sides of the same coin, says SAS Institute CIO Keith Collins.

    Nicole Laskowski2,175 pointsBadges:
  • CIO innovation management: Tapping the collective IQ

    Is the collective IQ of the group better for driving innovation than the genius of one? Two very smart technology leaders think so.

    Linda Tucci5,140 pointsBadges:
  • ChannelCon 2014: Make room for millennials, innovation

    At the State of the Industry and keynote sessions at ChannelCon 2014, CompTIA's Todd Thibodeaux urged attendees to get millennials on their teams because they’re on customers' teams, and author Lisa Bodell gave practical tips for rethinking business.

    Lynn Haber1,545 pointsBadges:
  • AWS puts continuous innovation in high gear, Jassy says – Amazon Summit showcases new cloud product initiatives

    Cloud computing is fueling a new level of creativity and productivity in the IT industry by allowing developers to execute quickly on innovative thoughts and new ideas without being burdened by configuration downtime and high computing costs, according to Amazon Web Services (AWS) Senior Vice...

    ITKE346,285 pointsBadges:
  • Big data technologies tapped for innovation, process improvement

    In a video Q&A, Jill Dyché of software vendor SAS Institute says that large companies she surveyed are using big data systems to support a mix of new applications and operational improvements.

    ITKE346,285 pointsBadges:
  • Customer engagement emerges as the next frontier in product innovation

    While companies know that customer service is key, true innovators recognize that customer engagement is at the heart of successful customer service.

    ITKE346,285 pointsBadges:
  • Cloud computing success at Aquent means going all in

    Managing cloud computing success requires planning, attention to risk management, and bold innovation, all of which happened at Aquent, its CIO says.

    ITKE346,285 pointsBadges:
  • Cloud migration reaps rewards even when it’s not a slam dunk

    From the E2 conference in Boston, Searchlight looks at how cloud migration can be beneficial whether you win or lose, unlikely innovation and more.

    Karen Goulart2,010 pointsBadges:
  • Innovation games: Who says work can’t be fun?

    At Agile 2010, session attendees played professional learning games that promoted better collaborative efforts in work environments. Innovation games are facilitated workshops meant to teach managers and team members more efficient ways to brainstorm and implement project ideas.

    Yvette Francino900 pointsBadges:
  • Novell idea man gauges the impact of open source

    Now that large companies are getting deeply involved with the open source community, the sky is the limit in terms of innovation, says Novell Inc.'s Matt Asay.

    Brunola3,910 pointsBadges:

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