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The Four Immutable Laws of Cloud Computing: Gartner Catalyst Preview

By | August 4th, 2014|Covisint Corporation, Internet of Things|

The Four Immutable Laws of Cloud Computing: Gartner Catalyst Preview The worlds of mobile, social, cloud and big data (aka the Nexus of Forces) have never been so closely intertwined, and organizations and technologists alike have turned on the jets of innovation in response. New paradigms of operational efficiency and customer expectations now permeate throughout [...]

Supply Chain Complexity and Disruption

By | May 16th, 2014|Internet of Things, Supply Chain|

Supply Chain Complexity and Disruption While seemingly “digital disruption” is happening just about everywhere, there are still common problems plaguing the supply chain: disconnected, siloed organizations, multiple technologies that don’t play nicely together, disparate systems, protocols – and the list goes on. Enter Covisint (Nasdaq: COVS). While we have been helping connect the extended enterprise [...]

When Social Meets the Assembly Line: Supply Chain Engagement in Today’s Connected World

By | March 25th, 2014|Internet of Things, Manufacturing, Supply Chain|

When Social Meets the Assembly Line: Supply Chain Engagement in Today’s Connected World There is a lot of buzz around the use of social media and mobile tools in today’s business environment. In an ever increasingly connected world, many industries are rapidly evolving their use of these two communication methods to enable real-time collaboration. But [...]

Is your federal agency ready for mobility?

By | March 5th, 2014|Internet of Things|

Is your federal agency ready for mobility? I recently came across a CNN Money report on internet usage in the U.S. The piece stated that, in January, 2014, for the first time, mobile Internet usage surpassed PC-based Internet usage with 55% of internet users accessing the web through their mobile devices. I noticed that apps made [...]

Are you a Digital Disruptor or Dud?

By | March 5th, 2014|Internet of Things|

Are you a Digital Disruptor or Dud? I spent last week out in San Francisco at the annual RSA conference. And while the conference offered lively discussion and perspective on the security market, it was the conversation I heard outside Moscone that intrigued me most. For starters, I scarcely had a cab ride where the [...]

How Secure is Your Internet of Things Strategy?

By | February 25th, 2014|Internet of Things|

How Secure is Your Internet of Things Strategy? According to industry estimates, nearly 9 billion devices are connected to the Internet today, with the number expected to cross 50 billion by 2020. And those additional 41 billion connected devices span far beyond cell phones and tablets reaching things like cars, thermostats, and wine bottles – [...]

Avoid the March 8th PQRS Penalty Box … it’s not too late!

By | February 25th, 2014|Healthcare|

Avoid the March 8th PQRS Penalty Box … it’s not too late! While it’s too late to save the U.S. Olympic hockey team, it’s not too late to save yourself from the PQRS “Penalty Box.” Physicians and medical providers have until March 8, 2014 to file the required patient quality data or risk being penalized [...]

The Pulse on HIMSS 2014

By | February 19th, 2014|Covisint Corporation, Healthcare|

The Pulse on HIMSS 2014 One thing for certain, there has never been a more interesting time to be in healthcare. From the ACA to PQRS, new regulations and technological advancements are transforming the way that everyone from patients to physicians to payers interact within the healthcare system. And nowhere do all these worlds collide [...]

Internet of Things and Why Identity Matters

By | February 5th, 2014|Internet of Things|

Internet of Things and Why Identity Matters There’s been an enormous amount of chatter around the impending Internet of Things (IoT) this past year, and according to a quick Google search, the term ‘Internet of Things’ shows up more than 18 million times. Even mainstream (read: non-tech) journalists have had something to say about it. [...]