Monthly Archives: September 2010

Social Media Phobic?

Skeptics equate social media with social disease – highly contagious and not something they want to talk about. I’ve been a slow adopter and have yet to begin to tweet. However, I am now daily relying upon, interacting with, highly … Continue reading

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IT and Corporate Social Responsibility

Strange bedfellows you say? I say, nay. Many IT professionals are forward-thinking and socially responsible, yet they may never had any trek with their corporate social responsibility colleagues. Few CSR folks instinctively turn to IT as a natural corporate ally … Continue reading

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Has anything changed in a year?

Hanging out on IBM.com is an interview I did last year – http://www-304.ibm.com/businesscenter/cpe/html0/182595.html?ca=fv1007baroudi090710&re=smbhomeheroleaf1caen . The podcast is at – http://www.ibm.com/businesscenter/smb/download/ForwardView-Sept_2009.mp3?ca=fv1007&me=feature5&re=mp3ca For the record, Aberdeen shut down it’s Green IT and Sustainability practice early December, 2009, and I am now free-lance, … Continue reading

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A Geeky Blog: Why All Organizations Need ITAM

Apologies to those whose eyes glaze at the sight of another IT acronym, but I’m going to ask that you stay with me for this one. Whether you’re “in” IT or not, this subject actually does apply to you, and … Continue reading

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