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May, 2012: See Peter Abrahams - Adventures in Sculpture
Peter Abrahams, who writes for Bloor Research about Accessibility, is also a sculptor. He and his friends are exhibiting their latest pieces at the Islington Art Factory.
May, 2012: Data Virtualisation for Agile Data Provisioning
In this paper we discuss how agile data access, integration and delivery can be provided through the use of data virtualisation technology, regardless of the type of data to be accessed or where it is stored or located.
May, 2012: Urban Living Photo Competition
You are invited to take part in our photo competition which is only open to amateur photographers, the theme being 'Urban Living'.
January, 2012: Mobile App Accessibility
To support disabled users, 2012 is going to have to be the year when mobile app developers understand the need for accessibility and implement accessible solutions.
January, 2012: Journeys Book by Bloor
In December 2011 we published a book on Blurb.com called 'Journeys' and distributed it as a Christmas gift.
January, 2012: Best Practices in Cloud Security
Fran Howarth has recently published a new report that examines how the use of cloud computing can actually improve security, as well as discussing the issues and challenges that remain.
October, 2011: The Value of Where
When location is incorporated into the data of Information Systems, these systems are empowered to provide much more powerful decision support.
October, 2011: Nigel Stanley awarded Crisp Telecom Prize
Nigel Stanley, Practice Leader for Security at Bloor Research has been heads down over the past couple of years completing an MSc in Information Security with the world famous Information Security Group at Royal Holloway, University of London.
October, 2011: Visualisation and Business Outcomes
David Norfolk sees modelling - and even Art - as a way of visualising patterns that helps people to understand real-world complexity. This brings all the stakeholders in an automated service together in delivering useful business outcomes.
May, 2011: Bloor Welcomes New Analysts
Bloor is very pleased to welcome Natalie Newman as an associate analyst, Paul Bevan as a practice leader, Owen Ashby as a research director and last, but not least, Kevin Borley as an associate analyst.