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Users help software company morph in new directions

Madison, Wis. - Mark Ramirez has little need for market research, especially when he pays attention to his client base. When your user base is part of the creative class, and your product - which goes by the brand name MorphVOX - can turn a soft voice into a baritone, end-users find applicati...

Wake up and smell the networking coffee

...es how it works: you can shake off the anti-networking bias any time. You can make up for lost time and get out there on the circuit. You dont have to morph into a networking fiend like some of the types who never miss a meeting. Just put a toe in the water. Our Midwestern cities are chock full of event...

Centralization mania takes over

...re significant challenges in flexibility, effectiveness, and satisfaction, but it was the only game in town. The next thirty years saw the big iron morph into departmental computing, desktop computing and the omnipresent network, capped off with that noisy and transitory fireworks display known as the I...

New CEO at TDS on tech innovation and leadership (Part 1)

... There certainly will be some that we believe we can create, but much of it will be things that we will partner on, and that model will continue to morph and change over time. I think the part that won't change is that getting a robust broadband connection into consumers and commercial accounts, the...

New CEO at TDS on creating a culture of innovation (Part 2)

...s leadership. We've implemented creating an IT blueprint, a long-range plan that helps everyone in the organization understand how our IT applications morph over time - understanding that they will change and that there will be adjustments, but really moving the IT planning much farther out in terms of tim...

Five steps to buying the right package software

... Court More enterprise software predictions for 2007 Wisconsin firms won't rush to adopt Microsoft Vista Users help software company morph in new directions CIO Leadership Series: Mike Jackson, Rockwell Automation Patrick Gray is the founder and president of the Prevoyance Gro...
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