Congratulations to the team at ITW for the blog site update… although “Blog-o-sphere” brought back memories of Gallagher’s “Sledge-o-matic”…
Author Archives: InvisiTech
The latest post from Turning Technology Invisible – What Does the IT Department Really Do? is available here. To my fellow BlogIdol bloggers… see you tonight!
The latest post from Turning Technology Invisible – Eating your own dog food. Living the user experience is available here. To my fellow BlogIdol bloggers… see you Thursday night!
The latest post from Turning Technology Invisible – On the Internet, EVERYBODY Knows You are a Dog (and drink Starbucks) is available here.
The latest post from Turning Technology Invisible – ThunderClouds – Not all Clouds are Light and Fluffy is available here Hope to see you all at the party next week.
There was a lot of news in the tech world yesterday with WWDC and E3 (Did anyone else find it ironic that Apple was announcing email enhancements and Microsoft was talking gaming?). While we wait for the big news here … Continue reading
Another post to keep us occupied while we wait on tenterhooks. My latest post on TurningTechInvisible about how technology has not only widened the generation gap, it has created a completely different culture. Post is available here.
Note: This is a repost from my other blog to keep you occupied while we wait for the judging to finish. . . If you ever want to cure yourself of the notion that you live a simple life, move. … Continue reading
Shane Schick has shared the judging has begun, but encouraged the troops to keep posting. This is a repost of a recent TurningTechInvisible post (my other blog life) One of the challenges of working with a team of bright, … Continue reading
I know the BlogIdol contest is over, but just had to get this off my chest. Every time I see the adverts for the new Playbook I find myself commenting out loud to anyone who will listen. Usually it’s the dog, … Continue reading
Once upon a time there was a handsome CIO ( you may disagree, but it’s MY fairy tale). He had spent a number of years learning his craft, with much help along the way from wiser leaders. In spite of … Continue reading
With the recent proliferation of new tablets, the people who review these devices have a lot of work to do. As with most things these days, “There’s an app for that”. This tool I’m providing here is not available on … Continue reading
You may not be familiar with the diagram above. Welcome to Gartner’s 2o1o version of their Hype Cycle. For a number of years, Gartner has tracked 1,800 emerging technologies and plotted them along a curve representing the stage of maturity, … Continue reading
You’ve heard this question used as an icebreaker in meetings. It is a good question for IT types, since many of them not only know the answer, they probably have the outfit hanging in their closet at home. (Note to … Continue reading
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