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Cloud Computing Tops Gartner’s Top 10 Strategies List

October 28, 2010 by Mary Hayes Weier on Cloud

Once again, cloud computing tops Gartner’s annual list of the “Top 10 Strategic Technologies” for the coming year. But this time, Gartner says, many IT organizations are taking a more formal approach to cloud computing strategizing.  Read Entire Blog >>

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Workday Rising: The Importance of Trust

October 14, 2010 by Mary Hayes Weier on Corporate

To call Darwin John a unique human being is a majestic understatement. After a childhood spent working the dusty Utah soil of his father’s beet farm, he went on to become CIO of both the FBI and the Church of the Latter Day Saints--where he became the customer and close friend of Workday co-founder, Dave Duffield.  Read Entire Blog >>

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Workday Rising: Management Guru Says Vulnerability and Conflict Build Strong Teams

October 13, 2010 by Mary Hayes Weier on Corporate

Management and HR guru Patrick Lencioni got a standing ovation from Workday Rising attendees on Wednesday−hardly typical of a keynote address at a software conference. Yet it wasn’t difficult to see why they were pleased. Lencioni delivered a frank and often funny discourse on the importance of such things as vulnerability and conflict to successful leadership teams.  Read Entire Blog >>

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Workday CEOs To SaaS Customers: “You Are The Revolution”

October 12, 2010 by Mary Hayes Weier on Corporate

In 2006, Workday was a tiny HR software startup with one customer. Four years later, on a balmy Tuesday morning in San Francisco, co-founder Dave Duffield spoke to hundreds of Workday Rising conference attendees about the significance of the gathering.   Read Entire Blog >>

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Choose SaaS Vendors That Secure Data Better Than You Can

July 29, 2010 by Mary Hayes Weier on Cloud

The Workday customer panel had barely started the discussion when the first hand shot up from the audience. Those attending the recent event were CIOs and HR managers wanting to learn more about Workday and its SaaS offerings. It’s not surprising the first question was about data privacy.  Read Entire Blog >>