If you’ve ever used Google to help you find a new infogov technology solution, then you know how every one you find, from every vendor you look at, seems like the answer to all your problems. Here’s how to figure out which one(s) work best in your context!
Spare us the anthropomorphism – infogov solutions are just tools. They’re neither good nor bad, transformative nor ordinary, effective nor ineffective. They simply are what they are. We, on the other hand, project our own expectations and perspectives upon them and characterize them accordingly, even when we don’t prepare ourselves properly for their use. A […]
Conference-goer to fellow attendee at the coffee station: “Hi, I’m [name]. Nice to meet you!” Fellow attendee in response: “Hi, I’m [name]. And who are you with?” Here in the Twenty-Teens, this question no longer tells us much about what someone knows or how he or she can help.
Think of nearly any established market, and I bet only two dominant players instantly spring to mind in each one: Coke ↔ Pepsi McDonald’s ↔ Burger King iOS ↔ Android AT&T ↔ Verizon Red Sox ↔ Yankees (sorry, couldn’t resist!) In more vibrant spaces, you there may be three or four: Microsoft ↔ Google ↔ […]