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Re-invention Happens But is Not Required

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The theme of organizational and operational re-invention is an increasingly recurring theme among providers of the entire “SMAC stack” of Social, Mobile, Analytics and Cloud services. IBM’s Connect 2014 event in Orlando made it clear that IBM firmly believes in the concept and benefits of business re-invention as a result of the adoption and sue of Social IT.

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Comments (1)
Are we missing something like M2M, since machine generated data which is captured but not analyzed on that scale. Future will depend upon machines and the information they capture and monitor will increase. SMAC stack should also add additional M to it...:) Just a thought...
Posted by Rahul I | Friday, February 14 2014 at 5:12AM ET
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