Have you ever been to a networking meeting like BNI, or perhaps a local Chamber of Commerce function? The truly skilled networkers do not attend these events to sell themselves. Instead, they want to make as many quality introductions as possible, and ask questions about those people. What do you do? What kinds of business... More »How the 80/20 Rule Can Help Your Business
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If you have been paying attention there is a pattern to my posts here at Biznology in the recent past. It’s quite simple. I am writing about listening in the corporate world. It’s not a new concept. Well, maybe it is. You may see listening in a corporate setting as something that happens between co-workers.... More »Defining Corporate Listening In the Online Age
A disaster of any kind is a fear for so many of us. Events like house fires and freak thunderstorms can take all our personal belongings and remind us that no document or treasure is safe unless one of two things is true – you happened to either buy two or make a copy, or... More »Don’t Let Your Data Blow Away: Cloud Disaster Recovery
“The Evil Within” Survival Horror Video Game Has Been Officially Announced — From the Creator of Resident EvilBusiness 2 Community - Fri, Apr 19, 2013 11:27 AM EDT
Survival Horror Fans Should Be Happy… Very Happy. The creator of Resident Evil is pumping out a new survival horror video game known as The Evil Within. This is going to be the first game released by Tango Gameworks, which is the studio owned by Shinji Mikami — the creator of the best survival horror... More »“The Evil Within” Survival Horror Video Game Has Been Officially Announced — From the Creator of Resident Evil
In September I wrote an article about The Social Business Equation. In it I explained how trust and transparency will likely be the new currency in this connected age as consumers and corporates engage with each other on deeper levels than before. Living in a cynical world you’ll begin to question just why businesses are... More »How Will You Measure Up to a Quantified Enterprise ?
What have you done lately to expand your thinking? The chances are you need to spend more time naked with others. If we are going to lead well, solve problems and grow our businesses and ourselves as people we need to be able to constantly challenge and expand our thinking. We survive each day because... More »3 Tips to Expand Your Thinking
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A Tale of Two Teams Two teams at competing companies sign up for a productivity app. Both are large, aggresive sales teams with big budgets and overlapping products. One of them takes full advantage of the app’s collaboration features with tons of management buy-in; the other team is unable to be truly be transparent and... More »Why Your Enterprise Sales Team Needs to Get Honest
Yes, we know that there are differences between a dedicated e-reader and a tablet. And if absolutely forced, consumers will acknowledge the differences too. But ultimately that’s not really what consumers focus upon. In the hearts and minds of consumers it works out to a kind of ‘meet-my-expectations-stupid’ paradigm, and articulated or not, shrinking sizes... More »He Says ‘E-Reader,’ She Says ‘Tablet.’ Which Is It?
I grew up in a factory town, a community of craftsman. At 15, my grandfather watched as they built the factory where he would work for fifty years. On the day it opened he got a job working on the assembly line. At its peak, it employed 10,000 people. During that time, the town grew... More »Etsy and the Return of the Small Merchant
As far back as 2010 people have been predicting that “this year” (“this year for sure”) would be the year that Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) finally took off. Early predictions suggested that by the year 2013 the VDI industry would be practically ubiquitous with modern enterprise and be worth billions of dollars. Yet, somehow, this... More »Was 2012 the Window for VDI?
Many enterprises supplement their owned data center assets with leased assets. This is a factor that can often go overlooked in the confusion when the enterprise closes, moves, or consolidates a data center. To avoid cost and hassle down the road, the IT staff must be sure to segregate the leased equipment from the owned... More »Plan Ahead: How to Minimize the Costs of Leased Data Center Assets
Teens use smartphones (shocking, right?). What you might find more interesting is that new data from Pew Research Center shows that 78% of U.S. teens now have a mobile phone—and nearly half of them (47%) own a smartphone. As a result, smartphones are now the primary devices that teens use to access the Internet—and this... More »Smartphones Dominate Teen Internet Use [And Why This Matters]
We’ve all heard that optimistic people are born with the tendency to see the glass as half full. That may be true. But there’s another truth that’s more important: Optimism isn’t just an innate temperament trait—it’s also a skill that can be learned. I coached optimism as the Director of Mental Training for the St.... More »4 Ways to Coach Optimism—from the St. Louis Cards’ Mental Trainer
Your credit card statement shows a $400 charge to an unfamiliar name. Looking back through your statements, you find the same charge from a year ago. Just as you’re dialing the credit card’s fraud hotline, you start to remember signing up for an online service, sure to more than pay for itself. But after the initial enthusiasm, you stopped using it and then forgot. More »4 Steps To Streamline Your Cloud Apps And Prevent Cloud Sprawl