It’s not just me. ‘Software defined’ is the real deal

In a recent post entitled SDN. A fad, like 3D-TV? Only in technology defined enterprises, I described the impact of software defined networking (and indeed software defined data centres) thus: “SDN, and software defined other things like Data Centre, will …read more

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5 Articles about Big Data for the CIO and CTO

We take a look back at the articles we have posted over the past two years that discuss Big Data.  From our call in May 2012 to predict the future rather than analyse the past to why you should be …read more

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Five points to consider as you develop a cloud strategy

The buzz around the cloud is very real. It offers considerable business agility, cost efficiencies and service improvements. What the buzz doesn’t tell you is that getting to the point where the cloud brings these benefits to your organisation isn’t …read more

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Weathering the storm: Four ways DRaaS can help you sleep easy

As the UK begins to recover from its wettest winter for 100 years, while the US and Australia remain in the grip of extreme weather, Mark Rogers looks at how Disaster Recovery as a Service could help keep businesses running …read more

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SDN. A fad, like 3D-TV? Only in technology defined enterprises

Chris Gabriel explains why the SDN (Software Defined Networking) naysayers are wrong, and why they’d be mad to ignore a technology model that will change everything. A colleague grabbed me last week with a knowing look on his face. “Chris,” …read more

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9 Articles about BYOD for the CIO and CTO

Over the past two years we have featured several articles about BYOD.  Here is a round up of those posts all aimed at the CIO, CTO and wider C-Level community. Feel free to comment if you have any thoughts about …read more

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Seven deadly wins. As a service, is this the year when CIOs get ‘Xaasy’?

Vince DeLuca, CEO Logicalis US, wonders which of the seven main ‘aaS’ (as a service) applications will underpin service-led transformation as CIOs strive to maintain their own relevance in the face of the increased influence of line of business managers. …read more

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Tech trends for 2014 – on the other hand…

Last week Joanne Nelson looked at some of the tech trends for 2014 being talked about by CIOs and CTOs.  This week Joanne looks at two bumps in the road around these trends and asks what CXOs can learn from …read more

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The hot ICT trends for 2014? You tell us…

Joanne Nelson looks ahead to the hot ICT trends for 2014.  But this is no ordinary ‘new year predictions list.’  It is based on analysis of online conversations between IT leaders, professionals and influencers, so it’s completely free from sales …read more

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The future of the CIO: Delivering the ‘pseudo service provider’ IESP model

In the third of a series of blogs about the future of the CIO and the IT function, Chris Gabriel looks at some of the changes he expects CIOs to make as they seek to transform IT functions into ‘internal …read more

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