Going outside low-code silos for Mutable Action Automation - Your toolbox needs low or no-code solutions, even if they are called RPA or Rules – or Uniface
David Norfolk looks at Uniface for Mutable Action Automation, and about avoiding development tool silos.
Bloor appoints Bannister to Chief Analyst role
Bloor Research International is pleased to announce that it has hired David Bannister as Chief Analyst.
The end of the EU-US Privacy Shield scheme - One aspect of a larger problem with ‘sensitive data’ transfer between the UK and the EU
A decision by the The Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) has just rendered the EU-US Privacy Shield invalid.
A Contemporary Confucian business governance approach
A Confucian governance framework in a tech-based company can allow effective self-regulation, with public trust and technological innovation.
Bloor Research Chairman Brian Jones delivers address in China
Bloor Research Chairman Brian Jones was invited to address over 1,000 delegates at the Belt & Road Forum for ICT Industry Cooperation in China.
Big Software’s Big Trick - Turning Unisys mainframes into just another standard Intel server (with added benefits)
Unisys ClearPath Forward operating systems can now be licenced for standard Intel servers, on Bare Metal, VMWare and Hyper-V, reducing costs and opening up opportunities for IT modernisation and Mainframe-as-a-Service flexibility.
Big Software and the 4th Industrial Revolution - Enabling the Mutable Enterprise
CIOs need to be able to articulate for their Boards how Big Software is a critical element in defining and delivering new, disruptive business models.