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2 Responses

  1. ME-P,
    Great food for thought on innovation vis-a-vie medicine and the financial services industry, etc.
    Esther

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  2. E-mail is NOT dead

    There has been a lot of debate in the last couple years about whether email is dead. The advent of new workplace communication solutions such as Slack, Handbrake and Facebook at Work, and existing offerings from Yammer, Jive Software, etc., has added fuel to that fire.

    http://www.msn.com/en-us/news/technology/email-isn%e2%80%99t-dead/ar-BBm79JK?li=AA54ur&ocid=iehp

    Yes, some offer cool technology like incorporating hashtags to create conversations, and can be useful. And, yes, some of these technologies will prove to be valuable, but they will not kill email.

    Fred

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