Twitter: Being smart is great but you don’t have to prove it all the time

Message to all the self-promoting Twitter users out there: give it a rest. There’s nothing worse in the old school world of real life than having a conversation with someone that only talks about their own achievements.

In fact, it’s completely hideous: “Did I tell you about the time I achieved something brilliant? Actually, that . . . → Read More: Twitter: Being smart is great but you don’t have to prove it all the time

Can business cope with the new wave of mobile analytics?

You suddenly can’t move for IT industry experts stating than 2011 will a key year for business intelligence.

Business intelligence has been an important theme in IT for years. Over the last year-or-so, however, increased attention has been focused on the benefits of analytics. And that focus is likely to be become more concentrated through . . . → Read More: Can business cope with the new wave of mobile analytics?

The next generation of workers will not bring down capitalism

There’s a common and misguided belief that a new generation of employees are set to storm the office and break down existing methods of working.

Don’t fret – the capitalist model of working is not going to brought down by today’s teenagers, at least not those that are adept at using social media technologies.

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How do you prove return on investment?

How long is a piece of string? More specifically, how long is an acceptable return on investment?

Chances are you used to have more time. If you’re responsible for IT, you used to have time to think, buy, implement and wait. You’d have a period of time – not necessarily strictly defined – to prove . . . → Read More: How do you prove return on investment?