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Clinton wins, how analytics cost Trump the election

Columnist Rob Enderle takes a look into the future, a future in which Hilary Clinton became president and Donald Trump didn’t. It all came down to analytics.

Written by Rob Enderle23 July 16 02:45

A SWOT analysis of Trump vs. Clinton

Competitive assessment takes the publicly known attributes of a product and compares it to its competition. Columnist Rob Enderle uses SWOT to compare and contrast Donald Trump and Hilary Clinton.

Written by Rob Enderle09 July 16 04:23

Why unpaid internships are underrated

Columnist Rob Enderle writes that experience matters, so taking that low or no-pay internship now can pay off big time in the long run.

Written by Rob Enderle02 July 16 01:52

How analytics can prevent rather than explain tragedy

Columnist Rob Enderle writes that we are far more likely to use analytics badly and suggests that IT should take the reins to ensure the analytics process is as effective – and free of confirmation bias -- as possible.

Written by Rob Enderle18 June 16 05:03

How Google killed Nest and why acquisitions fail

Google buying Nest is a good example of why most companies should avoid acquisitions. Columnist Rob Enderle writes that you can’t buy people, and a firm without the employees who made it a success is a failure in the making.

Written by Rob Enderle11 June 16 02:41

Lady Gaga, Intel, others team up to fight online harassment

Harassment of women in tech is a problem that Intel, Lady Gaga and others are urging top tech execs to fight. Columnist Rob Enderle writes that we have to stop tolerating this behavior in order to stop it.

Written by Rob Enderle04 June 16 01:02

New IoT security certification aims to make the world safer

Underwriters Laboratories new Cybersecurity Assurance Program (CAP) looks to certify Internet of Things products. Columnist Rob Enderle writes that these CAP certification will improve IoT security and help CIOs sleep better at night.

Written by Rob Enderle21 May 16 01:12

15 ways to not get fired from your dream job

You’ve got your dream job, now how do you keep it? Columnist Rob Enderle shares 15 things you should know before you even start your new dream job in order to not get fired.

Written by Rob Enderle23 April 16 05:15

4 reasons mergers and acquisitions are doomed to fail

Columnist Rob Enderle writes that if executives would learn from mistakes rather than focus on blame when things go south, acquisitions might not always crash and burn.

Written by Rob Enderle16 April 16 01:18

Toyota wants robots to do the driving for us

Toyota is not only looking to the future of cars, but to a future of robotic cars. Columnist Rob Enderle writes that Toyota is working on two models of autonomous vehicles so you can be safe when you are driving or when the computer is driving.

Written by Rob Enderle09 April 16 02:24

All hyper-converged solutions are not created equal

Hyper-converged solutions can differ vendor to vendor and market to market. Columnist Rob Enderle writes that there are four categories of hyper-converged solutions.

Written by Rob Enderle02 April 16 04:33

Belgium attacks reinforce that security is everybody’s problem

In light of the tragedy in Belgium columnist Rob Enderle writes that it is more important than ever to rethink our security efforts. People seem to think security is someone else’s problem, but the reality is that security is something we all need to own.

Written by Rob Enderle26 March 16 00:05

The pros and cons of hyper-converged solutions

Though hyper-converged solutions are currently very popular, columnist Rob Enderle writes that despite how flexible and powerful they can be, there are issues.

Written by Rob Enderle19 March 16 01:55

How analytics are misused to support an agenda

Columnist Rob Enderle uses gun control to showcase how analytics is too often used to confirm bad decisions that were already made, rather than to help assure a good decision.

Written by Rob Enderle12 March 16 04:37

Donald Trump vs. Steve Jobs: The tale of two con artists

Donald Trump and Steve Jobs understand that reality doesn’t matter. It’s what people believe that matters. However, columnist Rob Enderle writes it’s not just about convincing folks you will be successful in a turnaround, it’s about doing whatever is needed to assure success. Only one of these guys got that right.

Written by Rob Enderle05 March 16 01:30

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