The notion of a salesperson on the road with a localized version of a spreadsheet filled with inaccurate or outdated lead data and little ability to update it presents an anachronism in this era of instant digital access. But for Laser Technology, Inc. (LTI), which has been engineering and selling space-age technology since 1986, such a low-tech system was more than an anachronism: it was a reality that impeded business growth. And it had to change.
Thomas Kurian, Oracle president of product development, has a bold, optimistic vision for cloud computing that goes well beyond delivering more flexible IT resources at lower costs.
On January 22, 2015, Microsoft founder, Bill Gates, of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, came on the set of The Tonight Show with all-around funnyman Jimmy Fallon, with a simple proposition for Fallon: let’s each drink a glass of water.
When does the next tech gadget start a revolution in the way we coexist on this planet? It’s crazy when you think of how far we’ve come in the last 50 years. Is the key to making things better, making them smaller?
Steve Jobs of Apple Computers fame (though we hardly need to state the fact), is gone now, but he will forever speak to us in every nuance of elegant design he inspired.