- New York, New York, USA
- August 15
- Chris Moschovitis is the CEO of tmg-emedia, an independent technology and interactive consulting firm providing strategic and tactical advice on leveraging IT to maximize profits.
Originally from Athens, Greece, Chris moved to the US to earn his graduate & post-graduate degrees. In 1989, Chris started tmg-e*media, inc. Today, he is proud that tmg-e*media is one of the premier independent consulting firms in the country. Chris is a frequent lecturer and has co-authored the critically acclaimed “History of the Internet” and contributed to the “Encyclopedia of Computers and Computer History” and the “Encyclopedia of New Media.” While he travels as often as possible, he lives & works in New York City.
MY RECENT POSTS
- IT's Worst Enemies?
August 24, 2011 11:14AM
- Innovate This!
July 05, 2011 11:25AM
June 16, 2011 03:06PM
- Heavy Clouds, but No rain
June 09, 2011 12:49PM
- Dreaming of True North
June 03, 2011 10:02AM
Chris Moschovitis's Links
Under the dubious title of “Companies Are Erecting In-House Social Networks” Verne Kopytoff of The New York Times writes:
“It’s one more instance of how consumer technology trends, like the use of tablet computers, are crossing into office life. Because of Facebook, most peopl… Read full post »
That and “grok” are two of Robert A. Heinlein’s many contributions into the modern lexicon. The first, an acronym for “There Ain’t No Such Thing As A Free Lunch.” The second, grok, means to understand something completely, entirely.
Which brings us to a question… Read full post »
I was torn about the title of this entry. Should it be Sting’s “Heavy Clouds But No Rain” or should it be Peter Allen’s and Carole Bayer Sager’s “Everything Old Is New Again?” I settled on the former. But either would work, as we’ll see!
The New York… Read full post »
I was having a conversation with a client who, like many of us, is fighting a war on two fronts.
First, he is fighting a war of business survival. Day in, day out, he needs to figure out how to position his business for tomorrow; he must try to predict… Read full post »