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Dateline 2010: The decade in review

We all know how good 20/20 hindsight is. By using a little pro-active hindsight, we can imagine what this decade will look like from the vantage point of 2010. Like any other predictions, these forecasts are probably more useful for the thought they stimulate than for their absolute accuracy.

The first decade of the 21st century started with a thud and lots of whimpering. To paraphrase a......

Full article >>> they found ways to make small bets through pilots and field tests. Then they turned the things that worked into the next round of bigger bets. Essentially, the IT market matured and stopped chasing the latest new gadget or solution. (Remember solutions?) In the last decade we spent our time and energy figuring out how to use the capabilities we already had within a rapidly changing set of legal an......

Full article >>> de of the millennium was one of consolidation, of fitting all that amazing technological promise into our organizations, our society and even our personal lives. It may be the late 1990s will be seen as the golden age of information technology, as nothing in the following years has achieved the same level of buzz and visibility. It also seemed as if everything would be digital sooner or later, and......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Byron Glick 03/24/04


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