Baby Bias

David Morris Revised 2020 – original 2008 In Silicon Valley, stories abound about the vision, passion, and drive of founders and their professed love for their “baby.” Successful startups often have detailed histories highlighting how the founders nurtured their “baby” to cause a catalytic market shift or deliver a new innovative product. However, the storiesContinue reading “Baby Bias”

“Talking About their Baby” – Switching From a Product to a Customer Mindset

David Morris Revised 2020 – original 2008 Startup founders love “Talking about their Baby”; they are just like new parents. The founding team’s passion and engineering’s enthusiasm heavily influence the company’s early direction and messaging. Upon launch, the company should be proud and celebrate, as the team has often been immersed in their work forContinue reading ““Talking About their Baby” – Switching From a Product to a Customer Mindset”

Going For the Gold – The 2008 Olympic Games IPv6 Use Scores China a Perfect “10.0”

David Morris – Originally Published August 22, 2008 As the 2008 Olympic Games are broadcast around the world, one little known Olympic feat wasn’t performed by any athlete, but by China’s Next Generation Internet project (CNGI). CNGI launched a cornucopia of fixed and mobile broadband technologies over the new Internet Protocol version 6 (IPv6) toContinue reading “Going For the Gold – The 2008 Olympic Games IPv6 Use Scores China a Perfect “10.0””

Managing Information In the Wild – Ten Tips For Lite-ECM

David Morris – Originally published – September 18, 2008 Traditional Enterprise Content Management (ECM) products and solutions have and continue to deliver the ability to manage content, documents, and records within the enterprise to meet today’s business regulations. ECM platforms are a corporate necessity and will continue to be the backbone for critical, high-value informationContinue reading “Managing Information In the Wild – Ten Tips For Lite-ECM”

Information Management – The Big Picture

Given the explosive growth of electronic information in corporate America, managing electronic discovery is increasingly challenging for corporate IT departments and in-house and outside counsel, each of whom are stakeholders. In December of 2006, the Judicial Conference of the US amended the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure (FRCP) to clarify the roles, responsibilities, and discoveryContinue reading “Information Management – The Big Picture”

Unstructured Information Management – What You Don’t Know Can Hurt You!

Originally published November 06, 2008 Companies large and small create an impressive amount of data, including email messages, documents, and presentations. Most of that data is unstructured, existing primarily on corporate file servers, employee desktop, and notebook computers. Industry analysts estimate that this unstructured data accounts for 80% of all corporate information, and expect itContinue reading “Unstructured Information Management – What You Don’t Know Can Hurt You!”