By Michael Krigsman on November 19, 2010
As part of the Enterprise Irregulars track at this week’s Defrag conference, I moderated a panel of experts discussing the cloud. Enjoy this thoughtful and entertaining podcast.
By Jason Busch on July 6, 2010
As many Spend Matters readers know, I tend to think of the cloud as more of technology and infrastructure delivery (e.g., the Amazon cloud) than a fundamentally new way of software, content or service delivery. Yet some people share a different perspective and definition. ZDNet recently featured the recording of a podcast from Ariba LIVE, […]
By Michael Krigsman on April 23, 2010
The Enterprise Irregulars is an invitation only group comprised of top-tier enterprise analysts, observers, industry veterans, and executives. Listen to a podcast briefing with NetSuite’s CEO.
By Michael Krigsman on April 19, 2010
The global head of Mead Johnson’s PMO shares his thoughts on SAP, system integrators, SaaS, and much more, in an exciting podcast.
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By Michael Coté on January 8, 2010
We discuss the upcoming OpsCamp in Austin on Jan 30th, 2010.
By Michael Coté on January 5, 2010
A few weeks back, I had the chance to pop back into the Identity Buzz podcast to talk about the latest version of OpenSSO, namely the new OAuth-driven features of architectural considerations in the latest edition. Download the episode directly, subscribe to the Identity Buzz podcast feed, or just listen to it right here by […]
By Michael Coté on January 4, 2010
Update on Puppet, Reductive Labs, and next gen automation.
By Michael Krigsman on December 28, 2009
Human and organizational factors such as politics, information silos, and change management generally underlie IT success and failure.
By Michael Krigsman on December 18, 2009
Recent discussions have brought attention to the important and evolving role of governance in the world of service-oriented architecture (SOA). These issues are highly relevant to anyone who wants to understand deeper levels of social computing.
By Brian Sommer on December 10, 2009
An ERP veteran has a new view on what ERP and business should be today I’ve known Jan Baan for some time although I haven’t had a chance to sit down and chat with him for too long. Jan was a founder of Baan Software, the long running ERP vendor from the Netherlands. He also […]