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Paula Tolliver joined Intel a little more than a year ago as chief information officer. Tolliver immediately got to work. Learn just how Intel's CIO Leverages AI To Drive $350 Million In Revenue Growth.

Maciej Kranz, VP of the Strategic Innovations Group at Cisco, wrote the book on “Building the Internet of Things” and in this episode of Farstuff: The IOT Podcast he discusses the business feasibility of the Internet of Things and what needs to happen to make this a viable business asset or possibly complete business model.

Read 'Be brave'  inspiring the next generation of women in techwhere five high-profile female leaders in the tech industry reflect on their careers, offering advice and inspiration to younger women.

The technology trends of 2017 were big and impactful, with artificial intelligence (AI) topping the charts, along with on-demand workforce platforms and designing for the human experience. Learn the 13 Tech Trends that Shaped 2017 and New Predictions for 2018 from serial entrepreneur, Scott Gerber.


A More Mature Version of Outsourcing


In the era of digital transformations, innovative ideas are a dime a dozen. However, just because someone in your organization has a good idea doesn’t mean it’ll translate into strong results. Execution is the most crucial part of innovation.


How Dialexa Takes Care of “Jobs to be Done” Innovation


If you’re familiar with the “jobs to be done” theory at all, you’ve probably heard of the fastfood milkshake example Christensen uses to explain the process. If you have no idea what this means, check out this latest post.

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