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API Security: Common Threats and Considerations
Wed, Jun 17th 2015 32
The Human Element of the Digital Transformation
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Dorothy in the Land of Big Data
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Customer obsession: The next wave of competitive advantage
Tue, Jun 16th 2015 19
Top Three Reasons I’m Excited About the Forrester Digital Webinar
Mon, Jun 15th 2015 33
Communications – They’re Important, Too!
Wed, Jun 10th 2015 18
What Are Your Most Pressing Digital Transformation Questions?
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Top Three Reasons I’m Excited About the Forrester Digital Webinar
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API Security: Common Threats and Considerations
Wed, Jun 17th 2015 32
Dorothy in the Land of Big Data
Wed, Jun 17th 2015 23
Customer obsession: The next wave of competitive advantage
Tue, Jun 16th 2015 19
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Communications – They’re Important, Too!
Wed, Jun 10th 2015 18
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API Security: Common Threats and Considerations
Wed, Jun 17th 2015 11:36p   Susheel Kumar
Common API Threats: spoofing, tampering, repudiation, denial of service, unauthorized access, confidentiality violation API Security Considerations:  Identification – Know Your Consumer The common approach to implementing this is using API keys, which are nothing but randomly generated values that will vary for each consumer. Authentication – is Consumer Authentic User-Password over SSl/TSL: the API consumer will be providing a user password to ensure their authenticity. OAu
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The Human Element of the Digital Transformation
Wed, Jun 17th 2015 11:24p   David Chapman
Technology is affording us the ability to do more with less every single day. In fact, as consumers, we’re able to do more with less, every single day, from anywhere.  In an highly electronic world, e-commerce companies are harkening us back to the old “Name That Tune” game show, priding themselves on how few clicks it will take us to complete transactions for goods and services from anywhere at any time. Such is the root of the Digital Transformation, a term that is gripping not just IT
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Dorothy in the Land of Big Data
Wed, Jun 17th 2015 11:15p   Bill Busch
Big Data is one of the enabling technologies for companies to digitally transform either their operations and/or customer  interactions.  However the open source world can be complicated, especially in the red hot Big Data arena.  There are a myriad of technologies some compete with one another, others overlap, some are complimentary, and worse of all, some technologies both compete and are complementaryary (e.g. Cassandra can stand alone or run on top of Hadoop, thus it competes and it is co
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Customer obsession: The next wave of competitive advantage
Tue, Jun 16th 2015 5:26p   Erin Moloney
Last week, I was fortunate to attend a presentation by Kyle McNabb, VP of Research Strategy at Forrester. He spoke about how empowered customers have given rise to a new era. “The device is not the problem, the problem is what we can do with the device,” he said. McNabb continued to tell the audience about how the connected consumer is impacting the way we do business. Here are my notes from the session:   Early adoption is becoming cheaper and easier Ten years ago, early adoption
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Top Three Reasons I’m Excited About the Forrester Digital Webinar
Mon, Jun 15th 2015 7:38p   Michael Porter
In just a few more days, we will host Nigel Fenwick, Vice President and Principal Analyst Digital Strategy at Forrester. We’ve been collaborating for a few months on the topics we will address and the format.  Nigel walked us through some of his answers to our questions today, and I’m pretty excited about the webinar. Here are my top three reasons why I think this discussion will be great: Nigel and Forrester have had the chance to interact with a lot of different companies regardi
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Communications – They’re Important, Too!
Wed, Jun 10th 2015 12:11p   David Chapman
In my recent blogs, I’ve been focusing on the importance of answering and communicating a project’s “why” factor.  I firmly believe that this is the single most important element for an effective Change Management program and ultimately project success. There’s more to Change Management, though, than just the why.  Two other extremely important components are the “what” (communication) and the “how” (enablement).  Let’s dive into the “what” for a few minutes. When we t
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What Are Your Most Pressing Digital Transformation Questions?
Mon, Jun 8th 2015 6:12p   Beth Martin
Next week, we will have special guest Nigel Fenwick, Vice President and Principal Analyst, Digital Business Strategy, Forrester Research, included in a live broadcast round table webinar with Perficient’s David Stallsmith, Director, Customer Experience and Digital Transformation and Michael Porter, Managing Principal, Strategic Advisers. The three will discuss the nuances between success and failure of digital transformation, and how to think about and align your transformation initiative wi
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Twitter please improve user experience
Fri, Jun 5th 2015 11:29a   Eric Roch
Billionaire venture investor and Twitter shareholder Chris Sacca recently wrote a much deliberated post and open letter to Twitter entitled What Twitter Can Be. His reason for writing this long letter was, “Twitter can be so much more than it is today.” An excerpt from his writings follows: Hundreds of millions of new users will join and stay active on Twitter, hundreds of millions of inactive users will return to Twitter, and hundreds of millions more will use Twitter from the outside if Tw
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It’s All About the Why
Fri, Jun 5th 2015 10:14a   David Chapman
How many times have you put off doing something that you should do because there was no sense of urgency, and you thought you’d just get to it later?  If you’re like me, it happens all the time.  If we take a deeper look into why we don’t take action on those things, it’s because they’re not a priority for us.  They don’t carry the immediate value than other options might, and thus, we make the trade-off decisions to do one and not the other. For me, one of those trade-off decisio
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Digital Leadership Turns into Better Business Performance
Fri, Jun 5th 2015 10:13a   Mark Polly
We’ve been talking about how digital transformation is essential to success in the future. Harvard Business Review Analytic Services and Redhat recently published a study that shows digital leaders are more likely to be successful than followers or laggards.  Here are a few key points from the study: Digital leaders are more likely to have revenue growth over 10% Profit margins for digital leaders are greater than the average Leading companies will have a CEO who understands digital oppo




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