The recent Facebook outage shows having all your eggs in one basket could be detrimental to your business.
Bill Gates was nearly right when he said “banking is necessary, banks are not”. Financial services are necessary, but they don’t have to be provided by banks.
Marketing is something that IT professionals should be aware of. There is little point in being right if you can’t market your ideas.
A lack of visibility through the whole supply chain is being highlighted, the implication being that significant gaps still exist.
In a Mutable world , task mining could be a useful way to support an evolving organisation as it adapts to the Future of Work.
Physical changes in infrastructure are an important factor in enabling the growth of edge computing, but there are real game changers in software.
The implication of an Institute of Internal Auditors poll is that hybrid working, including home-working, is more risky, or brings in unaddressed risks.
Bloor welcomes a new initiative from Australian eSafety, which is now making interactive assessment tools available to tech companies.
Managed service offices validate the addressing of employee welfare issues that the employer is responsible for.
David Norfolk is a huge supporter of Open Source Software. But he says it is not “free software” in any real sense – not cost, risk or management free.