This is the second of three recent interviews I had with experts who shared their deep insights into the enterprise. All are noted enterprise experts in strategy, enterprise architecture, and transformation and operations improvement.
Published on: March 6th, 2014 Stephen Ibaraki @sibaraki
Concerns around funding are keeping many municipalities around the world from fully implementing their smart city projects, according to analyst firm IDC. This, coupled with many city governments’ risk-adverse nature will account for
Email, social media and video conferencing are prompting Canada Post to end door-to-door mail delivery service in urban areas. Facing mounting deficits the federal Crown corporation announced plans Wednesday to overhaul its system which will
Co-ordinating and announcing upcoming municipal infrastructure work and other services is always been a challenge. For instance, in repaving a stretch of a city road, cities need to gather information from various departments to
Canadian politicians get good marks in taking advantage of the Internet in broadcasting their message to the people. However, they are failing miserably in offering constituents the opportunity to become engaged in the
HealthCare.gov, the United States’ glitch-plagued insurance-shopping Web, has recovered right on time to meet the December 1 deadline set by the Obama administration to get the site fixed. “HealthCare.gov on Dec. 1 is
For carriers and cities alike, the process of coordinating telecom projects within municipal jurisdiction can be a daunting task. Consider this hypothetical scenario: After the city has made a much needed repair to