An OS For Human Resources

There’s no shortage of software in human resources departments; in fact, there’s too much of it, and too little of it is integrated, according...

The Past Informs The Future

CenturyLink may be America’s third-largest telco, but it has innovated to become a diversified global cloud and IT services company by investing billions in...
Microsoft

Microsoft Deserves A Bigger Purpose

Microsoft plans to fire 3–5,000 employees, primarily in sales and marketing. It’s a drop in the bucket (more than 120,000 people work there), but...

Build, Don’t Just Buy

When Experian’s Eric Haller put his five-slide proposal for an innovation lab in front of his boss’s boss back in 2010, the exec stopped...

Shopping Or Reading?

Every morning at 6 a.m., Editorial Director Jim Kaminsky starts Slacking (yes, it’s a verb now) with his dozen or so writers and data...

A Resource For Small Businesses

Although agility should advantage innovation at independent small and medium-sized businesses against their bigger rivals, they can’t match the technology resources or scalability that...

Buying Innovation Off The Shelf

“Nobody is breaking down our doors to give us a system to sense properties of hard rock,” explained Donovan Waller, Group Head of Technology...

Why Robots Won’t Replace Us

Artificial intelligence, if headlines are anything to go by, promises to herald either a wonderful new age of possibility or harkens the beginning of...

What If Your ISP Could Stop Cybercrime Before It Happened?

Although major hacks generate news headlines, most companies and institutions quietly contend ongoing web-based probes and attacks, with the average CISO at the largest...

Reality Is The Best Innovation Challenge

Nowhere in the detailed wrap-up report on a huge energy demonstration project in 2013 in the Pacific Northwest was there mention of an important...