By Dion Hinchcliffe on September 8, 2011
I was in San Francisco last week for Dreamforce, the yearly confab for Salesforce that has had a major focus on social business the last couple of years. There’s little doubt that Marc Benioff clearly sees the very near future of business, and it’s something he calls the social enterprise. While you can read my […]
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By Phil Wainewright on February 24, 2011
In more than a decade of talking about cloud computing, I have found the principle of ownership has been a recurring theme. People feel comfortable owning their computing. They know where they stand. Since cloud computing means giving up ownership, it makes people uncomfortable, uncertain of their ground.
By Phil Wainewright on November 16, 2010
Listen to my conversation with Rick Nucci, co-founder and CTO of cloud integration Boomi, in a podcast interview recorded in the week before the vendor’s acquisition by server manufacturer Dell. Previous conversations with Rick were SaaS Integration, Simpler through Sharing, in April 2009 and Why Your Cloud Applications Should Be Multi-tenant last February. In this […]
By James Governor on October 7, 2010
I am certainly not the first to comment on HP’s decision to hire Leo Apotheker as its new CEO, and nor will I be the last (our other coverage here) So what perspective can I bring that others might have missed? If nothing else I have met the guy, and I like him – he [...]
By Phil Fersht on September 22, 2010
If your outsourcing relationship is on the rocks, one person who can provide some tried-and-trusted therapy is EquaTerra’s Liz Campbell Evans
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By Phil Wainewright on September 20, 2010
Listen to my conversation with Matt McAdams, CEO of TrackVia, which provides a cloud-based application development platform that’s popular with business users. In this podcast, find out why business users are turning to web-based cloud solutions to set up the…
By Michael Krigsman on April 26, 2010
IT failures often arise from dysfunctional communication, collaboration, and planning across information silos and boundaries. Success requires more.
By Michael Krigsman on April 5, 2010
Despite methodologies and tools to increase success, up to 70 percent of IT projects fail. The real keys are people, collaboration, alignment, and value creation.
By Michael Krigsman on April 4, 2010
We usually blame the team when a project to go down the tubes. However, often management is really at fault for the failure.
By Michael Krigsman on March 23, 2010
Over the past several years, our understanding of IT failure has evolved and deepened. It’s now time to start a new dialog focused on opportunity and success.
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