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5 Advantages of End-to-End Software

The team at NetSteps has published 5 Advantages of End-to-End Software with an emphasis on Direct Selling companies. Anyone in business and utilizing Enterprise software will relate to the 5 points. The quote from yours truly at the end of the article relates to watching any sports game and being unable to concentrate on the ... Read More

Microsoft and the Cloud

This report from the Seattle Daily Tech Flash was also reported in TechCrunch today… Given the discussion on life in the clouds here in past blogs and with friends, I found this of note. Microsoft certainly seems to be subscribing to the “better late than never” approach. Google snapped up several document collaboration technologies in ... Read More

Help Haiti

There are so many great ways to help Haiti in this time of crisis. We are blessed in so many ways. Now is a great time to share even a small blessing with those less fortunate.   Compassion https://www.compassion.com/contribution/giving/disasterrelief.htm   World Vision http://www.worldvision.com/haiti   The Clinton-Bush Haiti Fund http://www.clintonbushhaitifund.org   The American Red Cross www.redcross.org ... Read More

Living in the Cloud – Part Two

I love living life in the cloud. Now that I have located my office here, as long as I have access to a Mac or PC, I can access all critical information for my personal and professional life. EverNote (http://www.evernote.com) – An amazing note-taking application that works on the web, PC, Mac and even the ... Read More
10 Lessons Learned in the Rear View Mirror

10 Lessons Learned in the Rear View Mirror

History is not a definitive predictor of the future. At the same time, we can learn from history – ours and others. Let’s start the dialog on moving forward by first taking a look in the rear view mirror… In 2001 and 2002 the consumer was already speaking. They wanted their digital music to be ... Read More