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JAN 3, 2012 10:12am ET

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10 Best Practices Learned from 2011 Tech Market Chaos and Stupidity

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While we will wait until January to publish our recommendations for the new year, we can digest the lessons learned in 2011 within the technology markets and with Ventana Research right now.

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Comments (1)
There is a lot of sound advice in this article. It is good so see you dealing with the softer side of the industry with ideas about people, and partners. Skepticism, patience, having alternatives, questioning conventional wisdom, and seeing is believing weave together into a fabric of sound practice that supports the reality of technology innovation. Ventures into mobility and cloud computing can adopt all of these concepts and the ideas expressed about them specifically in this article.
Posted by Tom K | Wednesday, January 04 2012 at 11:20AM ET
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