IT Trends and Thought Leadership
By Sharon Fisher, October 09, 2014
It's fall and that means it's football season. How do you keep your staff’s fantasies from messing up the IT department’s reality?
By Sharon Fisher, September 26, 2016
Increasingly, decisions are being made on the basis of computer algorithms, with no human judgment. At what point do we hold our algorithms accountable?
By Sharon Fisher, September 22, 2016
Facing the end-of-life of its existing system, the state of Idaho is adopting a nearly paperless electronic court records system.
By Sharon Fisher, September 21, 2016
Still using paper-based expense reports? Here's how digital expense reports – and an ECM system – can save time and money.
By Sharon Fisher, September 19, 2016
Think you’re good at breaking codes? Try to decode the Voynich manuscript – and it’s now going to be easier for you to get access to it than ever.
By Sharon Fisher, September 15, 2016
A variety of governments, ranging from the state of California to the European Union, are easing paperless document laws to make avoiding paper easier.
By Sharon Fisher, September 14, 2016
In the same way that human resources and accounts payable has gone digital, contract management and vendor management have as well.
By Sharon Fisher, September 12, 2016
Increasingly, tech companies are tossing the idea of set vacation and instead setting up unlimited vacation policies. Should your company do the same?
By Sharon Fisher, September 08, 2016
You can't expect your business to succeed if you try to change everything at once. Here's how to prioritize business change using the Run-Grow-Transform methodology.
By Sharon Fisher, September 06, 2016
If the falling leaves of autumn leave you yearning to return to school days, here are some new and classic business books to help you do better in your job.
By Sharon Fisher, August 31, 2016
The most important relationship you have (outside of your spouse, of course) may be your software vendor. How do you pick a good one? The same way. Sort of.
The Gartner Hype Cycle 2016 is full of the usual suspects, ranging from blockchain to machine learning. Interestingly, it no longer includes Big Data.
By Sharon Fisher, August 29, 2016
Chances are that the software that controls your quadcopter is more complex than the software that took us to the moon. But it can still teach us things.