Lights out Lights speed: is Cloud our new Heaven?

Kirsten van Engelenburg
Written by Kirsten van Engelenburg
on January 19, 2016

In 2012, Wolters Kluwer migrated from Perot’s private data centers to Dell’s and Atos’s cloud based infrastructure. The reason was to create and deliver a safe and secure standard infrastructure for cloud based services to customers worldwide. Services that could be adapted based on regional and business unit specific needs. Read further >

A Tale of Two Cities: The Art of Digital Transformation

Peter Liang
Written by Peter Liang
on July 31, 2015

“It was the best of times, it was the worst of times; it was the age of wisdom, it was the age of foolishness; it was the epoch of belief, it was the epoch of incredulity; it was the season of Light, it was the season of Darkness; it was the spring of hope, it was the winter of despair; we had everything before us, we had nothing before us…”  Read further >

Telemedicine and the Technology Adoption Life-Cycle

Steven Lindo
Written by Steven Lindo
on June 26, 2015

Telemedicine seemed promising in the beginning especially for patients in rural areas, but has slowed over the past decade. With any new innovation the rate adoption is always a factor of value to the user. In the case of telemedicine there are two users, patient and provider, however the rate of adoption seemed to be in the hands of the government and the technology providers. So who is really to blame?

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Law Firms Must Optimize Websites for Mobilegeddon & Discoverability

John Barker
Written by John Barker
on June 01, 2015

My colleague, Peter Liang, recently made a post about Google’s mobilegeddon. I’d like to contextualize it a bit more for law firms, though I’m not the first to do so. observed that 46% of small firm websites and 39% of all law firm websites failed the mobilegeddon test. Lexblog’s Kevin O’Keefe cited Visibility’s report that 53% of the 350 largest law firms lack a mobile-responsive website. Law firms must care because they publish content to websites to attract the attention of their existing and potential corporate legal clients. The 2014 ABA Tech Survey reveals that 91% of attorneys use a smartphone. Some of those are certainly attorneys in corporate legal departments. Read further >

The Strategic Impact of “Mobilegeddon”

Peter Liang
Written by Peter Liang
on May 29, 2015

By now, you’ve most likely heard the term “Mobilegeddon.” If you haven’t, it refers to Google’s April 21st search algorithm update where search rankings now favor mobile-friendly websites on mobile devices. In other words, if your business does not have mobile friendly websites, it will get pushed down on Google’s mobile search results. This is one of the most sweeping changes (for all Google users in all countries and in all languages) in the SEO world. Read further >

Ubiquitous Computing Era – Wearables Rise!

Steven Lindo
Written by Steven Lindo
on March 30, 2015

In 1988 when Mark Weiser first articulated the concept of Ubiquitous Computing, I wonder if he had sensors and wearables in mind? Ubiquitous computing, sometimes called the age of calm technology refers to the era where technology is pervasive or omni-present in our lives, but not dominant. Instead, ubiquitous computing is about technology that recedes to the background. This is where “wearables” will rise!

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