- Big Software and the 4th Industrial Revolution - Enabling the Mutable Enterprise
- Silwood enhances catalogues
- Moving towards a defined reference architecture for Edge Computing - Equinix and others are beginning to focus on the need for a robust reference model for the whole IoT, Edge, 5G environment
- SentryOne gets pragmatic
- 3 IT infrastructure enablers for Industry 4.0
- DevOps Orchestration - the Morpheus tool integration platform looks interesting
- KPIs for Innovation - Managing Innovation for the Mutable Business
- Managing Collaboration - As usual, it’s going to be a culture thing for the Mutable Business, not just a technology thing.
- IB(No)M - IBM underplays the important value and differentiators their hardware architectures still provide
- Future starting here? - Looking at DevOps processes beyond simple software development
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Data governance is about ensuring that your organisation's information assets meet corporate policies for accuracy, timeliness, completeness and compliance.
MaaS is just the simplest and most effective way to modernise mainframe legacy and to make mainframe levels of performance, concurrency, security and reliability available to everyone, as a basis for the Mutable Business.
Test design automation provides a potentially massive boost to testing speed and efficiency. Properly leveraged, it can also dramatically improve the end-user experience.
Revolutions are by their nature disruptive. They create winners and losers. Businesses need to be implementing IoT projects now and be developing their 5g networks and edge computing strategies to win in the 4th Industrial Revolution.
Seize GDPR as an opportunity to build “Privacy by Design” into your processes, thus de-risking mutable change as it affects personal data. Leverage this for increased customer trust, customer loyalty and market-share.
Low and no-code development allow you to develop applications unprecedentedly quickly and efficiently while enabling citizen development, collaboration and self-service.
Big Software delivers real competitive advantage through significantly lower IT infrastructure costs and the ability to deploy more new business applications faster.
If you care about analytics – and who doesn’t – then a data catalogue is a fundamental requirement for creating a data-driven business and supporting self-service.
Data Centres are the dedicated spaces used to locate and run servers, storage and networking equipment.
Graph databases store data in terms of entities and the relationships between entities.
Our infrastructure practice aims to articulate the infrastructure story to make it meaningful for the CIO
This is the use of tools to make a representative subset or copy of a whole database that lets you adequately test relevant applications.
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Security is a human problem
Live phishing detection technology for protecting against sophisticated web-based attacks.
This paper focuses on the synergies between the products that SentryOne has been developing and marketing since it was founded, and those which it gained when it acquired Pragmatic Works Software in April 2018.
Big Software - lowering IT costs and increasing business agility
Big Software delivers competitive advantage through significantly lower IT infrastructure costs and the ability to deploy more new business applications faster.
Driving into the future with connected cars - PKI technology helps assuage the security concerns of increased connectivity
PKI technology provides a viable alternative for vastly improving security within today’s increasingly connected cars and the ecosystem in which they operate.
Managing data lakes: building a business case
This is a companion paper to one we published in 2017. We outline a methodology for building a business case in support of implementing suitable data lake management software.
From Insight to Action - How Decision-Making Platforms are Changing the Game
A look at how by combining CPM and BI capability, Board International offers insight that separate technologies cannot match.
Testplant Eggplant AI
This paper is a discussion and technical evaluation of Eggplant AI and related products in the Testplant Digital Automation Intelligence Suite.
The MENTIS Data and Application Security Platform
This paper is a discussion and technical evaluation of the MENTIS Data and Application Security Platform.
The new reality for government
The UK government has little option but to rethink the way it operates by moving beyond digital transformation to digital reinvention.
Conformiq Creator and Conformiq Transformer
This a technical evaluation of Conformiq’s products for Test Design Automation.
Instrumenting the Virtualised Datacentre … for Performance SLA’s - On the path to a single view of infrastructure performance across the enterprise
To deliver services reliably, companies need seamless access to application-centric performance metrics across their infrastructure, whether on-premises or in the cloud.
Configuration Management goes Blockchain - A better blockchain usecase than cryptocurrency?
Configuration management would seem ideally placed to take advantage of a secure distributed ledger, using Blockchain.