Decentralization is beginning to break out all over. We see it in energy provisioning and recycling and it is percolating throughout the business arena. American healthcare offers an insight into how it can play out in many instances.
Technology advances in the energy and high technology sectors are providing examples of how waste can be captured and re-used in an economical manner.
Sustainability sounds like an unlikely candidate for acting as the spark that kick-starts the next generation of economic growth. Here is an argument for that, based upon the historical underpinning previously outlined.
This is part two of three posts on the decline of tech as the major economic driver and the rise of what comes next. So, what comes next? It’s complicated. Read on.
As Moore's Law reaches its zenith, what happens next?
A pivotal moment for Salesforce as it embraces the Fourth Industrial Revolution at Dreamforce and beyond.
Was it a content-light keynote on Day One of Dreamforce or one that focused on pivotal issues?
As dawn rises on Dreamforce, some speculative musings on what's to come - and not to come.
Attempting to predict the thrust of Dreamforce 2017 means understanding the mind of Marc Benioff and the black swan that is Salesforce. Here's one attempt.
Cryptocurrencies and their bastard child initial coin offerings are sprouting like weeds. They have a faint whiff of a Ponzi scheme.
Larry Ellison’s recent Oracle OpenWorld performance must be viewed in the context of a longer history in which he was for cloud computing before he was against it. And before he knew it.
Denis Pombriant wraps up his take of OOW17 with an assessment of Oracle's first mover position as an IT infrastructure utility provider
In his Oracle Openworld keynote, Mark Hurd talked rightly about carrots and sticks - but more about sticks. I think there is greater opportunity by considering the carrots.