ERP Software

“You have zero privacy anyway. Get over it! (Scott McNealy, 1999)

Merriam-webster.com defines oxymoron to mean a combination of contradictory or incongruous words, such as, jumbo shrimp or lead ballon. We enjoy oxymorons so much: many websites exist just to collect examples that enable us to use these figures of speech to illustrate irony, sarcasm or the unexpected, such as, Mike and Phil as leaders are…

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AI verticals on the horizon?

Harsh criticisms of the scientific foundations of AI are accumulating and the trend sped up steeply in 2020. This may delay AI deployment by some years but it will do the technology (and you) well.

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The Odd Couple of the Digital Age

It used to be that IT market research could be segmented into tidy categories of technology types written for technology professionals. Analysts looked at technology through the lens of IT and the distinct categories it served. Working with Human Resources (HR) or other business-aligned professionals for advice and perspective was not needed, as the focus…

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Comparing VSAT and Starlink Antenna Diameters Author

Space-X’s Starlink Starting Beta Tests: Sign Up Now!

Broadband Internet access to rural and under-developed areas has been a “Holy Grail” for decades. Today, this market is primarily served with communications satellites in geosynchronous orbit using Very Small Aperture Terminals (VSATs), but those services are very limited and expensive. Compared to their geosynchronous satellite brethren, low earth orbit (LEO) satellite services promise Near-universal…

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ERP Software

SMBs Drive Massive, Accelerated ERP Growth Through 2024

Within four years, possibly three, spending by all businesses on ERP software will exceed the levels and growth rates estimated by most industry analysts and vendors to be at least six years away. The primary growth engine will be mid-sized and small businesses that will need ERP to compete. Millions of new ERP customers with…

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