Collaboration means more than a warm fuzzy feeling. It will be the central, defining business concept of a new type of borderless organization and the driving economic force in the 21st century. That's according to Don Tapscott, CEO of New Paradigm, a futurist think-tank based in Toronto.
Stories by Rosie Lombardi
One of the stickiest issues in implementing a content management system (CMS) is getting end users to actually use it.
Imagine an IMAX-sized TV screen for your living-room that you could roll-up and down; wireless electronic wallpaper that changes colour, form and design with your mood; electronic newspapers that look and feel like real paper, thereby saving millions of trees from daily slaughter.
Business intelligence (BI) is overtaking security as the number one issue for senior executives searching for that competitive edge.
Canadians are increasingly turning to the Internet to self-diagnose their medical conditions. That's according to HealthInsider, a national survey of 2,500 Canadians conducted by IBM.
The mid-market hasn't traditionally enjoyed a great love affair with technology. All the romance seemed to be at the big end of town where enterprises experimented with the potential benefits of IT. But today that's all changing. The SMB sector is embracing IT with both arms in a bid to accommodate rapid growth. Despite big demand, resources are small. The result? Companies are taking what they can, wherever they can get it. And ultimately, creating magic.
While many companies mouth platitudes about keeping customers front and centre, few actually deliver on their promises.
Few mortals can resist the urge to pass on juicy gossip or a good dirty joke. But mortals with corporate e-mail accounts should think twice before hitting send.