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Dronation: See It, Say it, Get Ready For It!


Starting with the New Year, the US government will begin its examination of how aerial drones can be used in America. Hmmm… It’s a bit late. Consumer drones have been sold on the Internet, and presumably used, for years. Technically, … Continue reading

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A Little Beef With Banking!


The news is filled with the problems and issues in the banking world. It seems that every month another major bank is hit with a multi-million or even billion-dollar  penalty. Remember all the TARP money the US government gave the … Continue reading

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The 21st Century Face Of (Cyber) WAR Rumors of War, it has almost a poetic ring to it. It’s a lot less poetic for those individuals who are caught in the war zone. Still, since the beginning of the history … Continue reading

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The Business Risks of Social Media


Today’s business environment carries with it all sorts of new risks, risks that did not exist just a few years ago. Even the line where business begins and ends are no longer clear. Business no longer ends at the end … Continue reading

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Change Management… Under the Gun (Part III of III)


  Since the last chapter in our series on change management and guns, a lot has happened. The Federal Gun Bill, energized by the massacre in Sandy Hook, was defeated by gun rights advocates, but the gun-control  camp is organizing … Continue reading

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Change Management… Under the Gun (Part II of III)


In our last article, we discussed gun culture and history, trying to understand how the gun became such a powerful symbol of America. Today, we will look beyond the numbers behind gun violence, to identify specific opportunities to lower gun … Continue reading

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Change Management… Under the Gun (Part I of III)


We live in a time of unprecedented change. The balance of world power has changed, shifting from a singular superpower to a group of rising economies, with China in the lead.  Domestic demographics are changing, with political power rapidly abandoning … Continue reading

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Will New York City Kill Linear Document Review?


The Bloomberg administration has announced that the City of New York will now fight Civil Rights lawsuits, instead of offering small settlements. Deciding to fight more cases as a cost-control mechanism creates a tipping point for lawsuits, and document reviews. … Continue reading

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Which Location Has the Best Outsourcing Deal?


Not too long ago, the outsourcing of corporate office jobs was synonymous with India. Big news stories showed example after example of work successfully outsourced to India, yielding enormous savings.  Years ago, when IBM was the biggest and most recognizable name in computers, … Continue reading

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Will The Republican Party Change By 2016?


The 2012 election could have been about immigration reform, or putting a budget in place, or world peace. But, as we know, it wasn’t. Instead, the agenda was largely for each candidate to attack the accomplishments and highlight the failures … Continue reading

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