Monthly Archives: January 2011

Davos Day Three: Corporate Responsibility

This post was written by Randy Phillips, Vice President and Chief Development Officer (CDO), CSC. He blogged daily with new insights while attending the 2011 World Economic Forum. My third day at Davos was about as diverse a day as I’ve … Continue reading

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Davos: The Nature of Work Is Changing Indeed!

I found Barron’s article highlighting Davos and the topic of The Nature of Work is Changing intriguing. In my opinion, the bottom line is that technology has always been a net creator of new wealth and jobs. The jobs eliminated … Continue reading

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Davos Day Two: Convergence, Cybersecurity and Cloud

This post was written by Randy Phillips, Vice President and Chief Development Officer (CDO), CSC. He blogged daily with new insights while attending the 2011 World Economic Forum. The three C’s: Convergence, Cybersecurity and Cloud. I participated in a fascinating set … Continue reading

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Davos Day One: Innovation, CR and Observations on Mobility at WEF

This post was written by Randy Phillips, Vice President and Chief Development Officer (CDO), CSC. He blogged daily with new insights while attending the 2011 World Economic Forum. My day one at Davos focused on Innovation and Corporate Responsibility. For innovation, … Continue reading

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Davos Day Zero: Convergence and Strategic Serendipity

I agree with this WSJ article that there is a sense of optimism at the 2011 World Economic Forum. Day Zero at Davos was all about Convergence.  I noticed that most of us in the tech sector have a different … Continue reading

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Realigning Priorities: Green IT vs. Sustainable IT

eWeek Europe recently published the article “Pure Green IT Strategies Are Dead, Says Analyst,” stating that the old Green IT movement is dead but a new sustainability movement has emerged in its place. It has taken too long, but the … Continue reading

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Reactions to Wikileaks: How to Share Information While Ensuring Security

As we consider the question of WikiLeaks, we need to examine and balance two issues:  Security and collaboration.  One might think intuitively that these two issues stand in opposition to each other.  In fact, the reverse is true.  Effective collaboration … Continue reading

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2011 Predictions for Cloud Computing

Simon Wardley, a researcher with CSC’s Leading Edge Forum, has issued today his 2011 predictions for Cloud Computing: Platform as a service will overtake Infrastructure as a service as the main buzz of cloud computing. Customer adoption rates of cloud … Continue reading

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