Recently by Sarah Sorensen

Interest and momentum around OpenFlow and software defined networking (SDN) has certainly been accelerating. it's hard to predict what's going to happen next. But that won't stop us from trying! I spent the last few weeks checking in with some SDN pioneers to find out what's going on that's of interest in the SDN space these days...
When Apple released its earnings this week, they announced they sold 35.1 million iPhones in the quarter. Since introducing the iPad in 2010, they have sold 67 million devices. When you stop to think about it, those numbers are just mind boggling and begs the questions are we really using all this computing power to our best advantage?
Awareness of the risks of the network is vital to keeping the information flowing through safe. So what are the attacks, and what can you do...
To capitalize on ideas, solve problems, and make decisions that will drive success, businesses must ensure they have a workplace that contains, connects, and values a diverse set of thoughts, perspectives and experiences. An inclusive work environment can drive revenues, collaboration, innovation, productivity and customer preference
How do you balance 10 percent of the world's energy consumption with technology's potential to push the boundaries and redefine the world as we presently experience it? How do you balance 3 percent of the world's emissions with a promise to connect and support opportunities on a scale that will improve our personal, business, and civic lives?
Cities are responsible for consuming 66% of the world's energy and producing 70% of the world's emissions; those cities that drive for the most sustainable investment decisions, by adopting solutions and technologies that significantly improve the efficiencies of their transportation, buildings and public services, will be able to best support their growth and mitigate their impacts...
There are so many benefits associated with telework, it's not surprising the Telework Act was signed last week. I guess the real question is why has it taken so long - why has adoption stalled? It's probably due to a combination of technical and culturual issues...
We may be on the cusp of some big changes in the way businesses view human rights issues; many may start to take a leading role in increasing the visibility and urgency of critical human rights issues because they realize it is in their best interests and tied more directly than ever before to the sustainability of their organizations...
Those businesses that are able to use information and communications technologies to tie their strategy to mega trends and identify growth opportunities as the result of evolving societal needs will be able to maintain long-term economic opportunities
When a business course asks 'what are e-organizations doing differently from businesses that are not using the Internet,' I am stumped. I can't think of any businesses that aren't connected in some way. E-organizations are no longer a 'segment' within the business population, rather they are representative of the way business gets done...

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