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Open Network Summit Europe: Five moments of truth

By |2018-10-03T14:30:42+00:003 October 2018|Analysis, Blockchain, Networking, Uncategorized|

The Linux Foundation's first European Open Network Summit (ONS) was held in Amsterdam in late September 2018. It was an event where acronyms dripped from almost every presentation. Penetrating this thicket was a challenge for even the hardiest professional. Across the event there was much to learn. I came away with five specific impressions: 5G's [...]

What is Cloud in 2018?

By |2018-05-21T11:57:22+00:0021 May 2018|Analysis, Cloud, Digital Transformation, Uncategorized|

Why are we even asking this question now?  Hasn’t cloud been well and truly defined in the scope of transformation? So what more is there to say? Plenty, if you only think of cloud as the destination and not part of the modernisation and transformation journey. A recent article spoke of an organisation that moved [...]

Dreamforce 2015: Less show, more business

By |2015-10-22T14:16:48+00:0022 October 2015|Analysis, Uncategorized|

In the yearly dual between Dreamforce the technology conference versus Dreamforce the show, this year was more tech. There were still big name presenters from fields outside of technology (e.g. entertainment) with a surprise appearance from Stevie Wonder playing in Marc Benioff's keynote. But where last year we had Hilary Clinton this year we got [...]

Steve Jobs: Not gone, just changing jobs

By |2016-10-17T10:52:44+00:0025 August 2011|Uncategorized|

Managing succession is always a challenge for any organization, one that’s usually done with little public comment. However, when it comes to large organizations, any change of leadership draws vast amounts of editorial and soul searching. In the case of Apple, that soul searching and editorial seems to be greater than ever, mainly because of [...]

Failure to invest in secure software delivery puts businesses at risk

By |2016-10-17T10:52:47+00:0021 February 2011|Uncategorized|

Creative Intellect report claims failure to follow critical processes puts organisations and people at risk Sussex, UK – 21st February, 2011 – Failure to take software security seriously is putting organisations, brands, and people at risk, says software delivery analyst firm Creative Intellect Consulting in its inaugural report on the “State of Secure Application Lifecycle [...]