Monthly Archives: May 2013

Five Rules for Enterprise Software Buyers

Just Say “No” to Vendor Hegemony If you’ve been watching the news lately, it should be pretty clear that the enterprise technology business is changing ― and fast. For one thing, the private equity guys are stepping in – lured … Continue reading

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Celebrating New England’s Start-Up Ecosystem: The NEVY’s

Last night I attended the New England Venture Capital Awards Ceremony (The “NEVYs”) ―the first edition of an awards show hosted by the folks at the New England Venture Capital Association to celebrate the accomplishments of local entrepreneurs and investors … Continue reading

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Project FDA: Bringing the FDA into the 21st Century

On May 15, I’ll be participating in a conference, “The Digital Future of Molecular Medicine: Rethinking FDA Regulation,” being sponsored by the Manhattan Institute’s Project FDA. I’ll be joining Andrew von Eschenbach, chairman of Project FDA and former FDA commissioner and … Continue reading

Posted in Health Care, Information Technology, Innovation, Life Sciences | 1 Comment