David Norfolk looks at Uniface for Mutable Action Automation, and about avoiding development tool silos.
2020 was the year that the traditional enterprise perimeter finally became an outdated concept. Identity is the new perimeter.
The lockdown saw an explosion in the use of web conferencing tools and other unified comms (UC) applications that rapidly became business critical.
IBM talk about “transforming talent and the IT experience”, with “chatbots” that are becoming AI-enabled and evolving into Intelligent Digital Assistants.
If COVID is over, should we return to the old ways? A mutable company could manage this – but perhaps the new flexible working practices are more productive in some cases.
We highlight some of the Mutable successes, failures, winners and losers in market and business disruptions and want to hear your nominations too.
Cloud is fundamentally an IT consumption model. Where it runs, at the edge or in a hyperscale datacentre, and who runs it are all irrelevant.
Bloor analyst Fran Howarth recently featured on the Bringing Automated Response to the Masses podcast with Josh Davies from Alert Logic.
Bloor analyst David Norfolk recently featured on the Fluidity, Adaptability and Transformation podcast with Chenthil Eswaran from Aspire Systems.
The TrustPortal philosophy focuses on making the design and development of new customer journeys simpler by maximising the potential of RPA robots.