Intel Chief Strategist Chris Thomas on the Intersection of Corporations and Generation Y, Part 2

September 6th, 2006 |

 
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Many corporations working with older business models and an outmoded vocabulary are being challenged and changed by new technologies. In Part 2 of his conversation with PodTech founder John Furrier, Intel’s Chris Thomas discusses an important change taking place in the business environment. Wikis and blogs begin to chip away at some of the fears corporations have over the less-secure (but nevertheless ascendant) working and living styles of younger consumers (and employees), who expect more collaborative environments and more shared information resources. How is Intel using Services Oriented Infrastructure to remove old structures, and how does tearing down those barriers yield a new kind of structure? Furrier and Thomas continue their discussion from Supernova.

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