Many companies have no metric for digital progress and learn from solution provider experts like CenturyLink to help them craft sound digital strategies.
During my tenure at Cisco, I created Lobo Cisco blog to provide value to my clients and partners by simplifying relevant Cisco messaging. It still gets a lot of traffic and has great information on there.
Another good example of how critical digital change is for all businesses of all sizes in any industry. Service Providers like CenturyLink are a large part of executing that digital change.
Deliveries by drones. Self-driving cars. Technology is advancing faster than we ever could have imagined. We have entered a truly “smart” age that’s filled with smarter communications, smarter homes, and ever smarter lives. In order to keep up with the fast pace of technology, companies have to evolve. And evolution is at the root of …
When I joined Level 3 in 1998, this commercial came out shortly after. Many people feel, including myself, that this is one of the most innovative commercials in the history of the dot com era that no-one knew about. When you think about, the internet was recently born as was Level 3 and everyone was beginning to get a feeling of the potential of the innovation that was about to take place. This commercial is still way ahead of it's time and I challenge you to play it for someone who's never seen it and ask them when they think it was created.
When I was at TW Telecom in 1997, a good friend of mine and I would always talk about how we can make what we do sound cool. So she came up with this and it always stuck with me.
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