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Stories by Rob Enderle

Why Steve Ballmer could fix the U.S. government

Columnist Rob Enderle writes that former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer has created a new organization called USAFacts to analyze and shed light on government spending and revenue.

Written by Rob Enderle21 April 17 22:53

Why happiness matters more than compensation

In response to the recent news about Google and possible unfair compensation, columnist Rob Enderle writes that a happy life is far more rewarding than a large estate.

Written by Rob Enderle14 April 17 23:00

Why AI should augment, not replace, humans

Columnist Rob Enderle writes that your workforce may not yet be ready for artificial intelligence. First comes trust, education and training.

Written by Rob Enderle25 March 17 04:00

Why Trumpcare will be worse than Obamacare

Rob Enderle writes that fixing a bad process starts with a focus on the original goal. Unfortunately, the Trump administration seems to have lost sight of the actual goal surrounding replacing and repealing the Affordable Care Act and will likely make things worse.

Written by Rob Enderle11 March 17 04:01

Is President Trump a model for AI?

Columnist Rob Enderle writes that there may be merit in using people with certain behavioral elements to emulate AIs, but there are also dangers.

Written by Rob Enderle11 Feb. 17 05:44

How San Diego’s CISO battles cyberthreats

An overwhelming amount of ransomware and phishing attacks plague private and public companies. Columnist Rob Enderle writes how one CISO is successfully defending against the current threat landscape.

Written by Rob Enderle28 Jan. 17 03:10

Why car companies need to become tech companies

The biggest risk any industry faces is its inability to change. In the automobile industry, if things don’t change, columnist Rob Enderele writes, there are likely to be fewer car companies left, especially U.S. car companies.

Written by Rob Enderle26 Jan. 17 05:03

How brick-and-mortar stores can beat the likes of Amazon

Online companies like Amazon that can analyze buyer behavior have a major advantage over brick-and-mortar retailers. However, artificial intelligence platforms tied to in-store sensors could eventually even the playing field.

Written by Rob Enderle14 Jan. 17 04:33

The future of AI is humans + machines

Columnist Rob Enderle writes that in the near future artificial intelligence agents will focus on all areas of business. But fear not, AI agents will not be replacing people, but making them better and far more effective.

Written by Rob Enderle10 Dec. 16 04:07

Why assuming data is secure is dangerous and stupid

The latest news concerning Hilary Clinton’s email has columnist Rob Enderle ticked off because it highlights an ongoing problem regarding security breaches, assuming we are secure.

Written by Rob Enderle05 Nov. 16 02:58

Why Patriots coach tossed Microsoft’s Surface

Patriots coach Bill Belicheck has had it with tech and is going back to hard copy. Columnist Rob Enderle writes that there’s a lesson to learn from this.

Written by Rob Enderle22 Oct. 16 03:03

Why sentient tools will be catastrophic to the job market

Columnist Rob Enderle writes that the rapid rise of sentient technologies such as autonomous cars will have a major impact on the job market that could leave a huge number of people unemployed and a substantial number of companies non-viable.

Written by Rob Enderle08 Oct. 16 02:40

Best practices for pitching enterprise products

The art of storytelling as a way to pitch enterprise products is an effective way to really showcase the value of the product writes columnist Rob Enderle, who experienced this firsthand at the recent IBMEdge conference.

Written by Rob Enderle24 Sept. 16 01:25

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