All posts by: Judith Hurwitz

About Judith Hurwitz

Judith Hurwitz is an author, speaker and business technology consultant with decades of experience.

December 2, 2015

Can IoT Meet its Great Expectations?

We can all agree that IoT has become a hot topic with IT and business leaders. Why is there so much interest and excitement around IoT? Is IoT just another technology buzz term or will it have a lasting impact? While there are many reasons for the high level of enthusiasm over the IoT, results […]

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November 12, 2015

Why the IoT Market Disruptor is Driven by Early Failures

I guess that I have been in this technology industry for too long. Like many of my colleagues, I love new technology and I thrive on change and emerging trends. In fact, the technology market thrives on change and the latest innovation that promises to turn an also ran company into a market disruptor. The […]

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November 11, 2015

Why Cognitive Computing will Redefine Application Creation

  Earlier this year I co-authored a book on Cognitive Computing. It is a complex topic because it requires that practitioners change the way they go about building applications and creating value for their companies.  Cognitive computing is not a single technology or a single market. Rather it is an approach to solving problems by […]

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August 25, 2015

Smart companies know their customers. How smart are you?

I recently had the opportunity to visit Jabil’s Blue Sky Innovation Center in San Jose. It is an amazing place with an ambiance that feels open, inviting and on the cutting-edge of innovation. But beyond how it looks, I was intrigued by the focus of the campus. The idea behind Blue Sky is to provide […]

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April 29, 2015

Can we really predict the size of the Internet of Things Market?

I had a very interesting discussion the other day with an executive for a technology company. He had just come from a presentation about the Internet of Things (IoT) market. The presenter projected that the market would be valued at around $7 Trillion market within the next decade. What did I think about this projection? […]

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April 24, 2015

Five Reasons that IBM Will Thrive in the Hybrid Cloud

 As more and more enterprises are moving to cloud services to support mission critical business services the stakes for vendors are growing higher. The conventional wisdom over the past several years is that Amazon Web Services (AWS)– the gorilla in the cloud services market is the most affordable and inevitable leader. Amazon initially built a […]

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December 16, 2014

Are Technology Shakeups in Store for 2015?

Before I start with my predictions, let me explain what I mean by a prediction. I believe that predictions should not be about the end of a technology cycle but the timing for when a issue begins to gain traction that will result in industry shifts.  As I pointed out in my book, Smart or […]

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June 17, 2014

Is there value in enterprise software? Part I

Over the past couple of months I have been on the road quite a bit, primarily attending a variety of analyst meetings – in addition to project work and book writing. This has given me little time to keep up with my blog writing. I decided to begin by providing an overview of my composite […]

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February 13, 2014

My top seven predictions for 2014

In December, like everyone else, I decided to present my predictions for 2014. I didn’t publish my predictions in an article or blog. Rather, I decided to experiment. Over a number of days I tweeted my predictions. It was an interesting process. I could avoid the problem of getting too busy and not getting around […]

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October 22, 2013

Is an Open Computing Ecosystem an Engine for Innovation?

I have long been a proponent of open computing software. Great software can emerge when you can bring together a community of technologists with passion for accomplishing a common goal. I was asked to participate in an online debate on the topic of the pros and cons of open computing on October 29th, that is […]

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