Who Get’s Hired in the Future? Do You? Great article today on who Google Hires. Between HR and the Big Data Hiring Trends, and articles like this one (How to Get a Job at Google – from the NY Times,) we should all be rethinking the definition of a great hire. How many interviews have […]
Experience Your First Hangout Collaboration – a big trend in 2013, and growing quickly. Have you been out to Google+ yet? I mean for business…this is a growing powerful tool for business development and marketing. The best thing is, it’s free. Over the past ten years I’ve seen a significant move toward online collaboration and […]
Online privacy and the cloud. There is a lot of talk about cloud computing, but maybe not enough about privacy and how cloud applications affect the future of privacy. This is an interesting article, mostly about Google and Facebook (CLICK). I pass it on, because these trends are important topics when talking to clients. Consider: […]
I’ve been looking at Google+ this week…why? Because it seems like everyone is on Google for something, and that means Google+ will likely gain a strong following. I have a Facebook company page, and of course, everyone is on Facebook too – so what should we do with Google+? First – click the g+ and […]
My educated started with school, ended with Google I learned about Cobol programming, Fortran, 8-inch floppy drives, and outdated architectures at college. I also learned how to cram for tests, gain the teachers favor, and correctly fill in scantron test sheets with a #2 pencil. Eventually I graduated and needed a brain dump on relevant […]
More on Cloud Computing and Google in today’s WSJ: These sound bites are relevant when selling against cloud computing giants that threaten to take over your business: 1. Google apps = Cloud computing. Let’s not mix words here…this is cloud computing. This is not about Google – it’s about any major online target that causes […]
In the second half of this interview Nate and Kelly ask the killer question…”what about cloud computing?” Listen in and see what I say about it.