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The Norfolk Punt - Blog Archive for November (2013)

There were 4 blog postings during November (2013):

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David Norfolk, Bloor Research | 12th November '13
I took the opportunity to take a look at newly-privatised BMC at BMC Exchange in Twickenham, this week. BMC sells ITSM (IT Service Management) products to medium-large companies (I see these as enabling effective IT governance) and going private...
David Norfolk, Bloor Research | 13th November '13
I suppose that it's my Governance background, but I hate waste in computing. An obvious example is the current male focus of IT - judging by some of the pioneering females in IT that we do know about - Ada Lovelace, Grace Hopper, Steve Shirley - IT...
David Norfolk, Bloor Research | 18th November '13
We had an interesting roundtable with IBM today, starting with the news that systems engineering is now Smarter Development, as far as IBM is concerned. What's in a name? Well, quite a lot actually and systems engineering as a term has baggage -...
David Norfolk, Bloor Research | 25th November '13
We are coming up for another big mainframe anniversary (the IBM System/360 was announced on April 7, 1964; although, as usual, the next release, the 370, actually got it right). But I do wish the mainframe would finally go away - the Death of the...


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