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The Norfolk Punt - Blog Archive for February (2013)

There were 4 blog postings during February (2013):

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David Norfolk, Bloor Research | 5th February '13
Configuration management is important - and if you implement ITIL or CMMI you know that. For everyone else, it's about knowing what you have, where it is, what it does, what impacts it has if it goes wrong or changes, when it was last checked, who...
David Norfolk, Bloor Research | 4th February '13
Wednesday 6 February 2013: Understanding Infrastructure Configurations In an Enterprise - Configuration management isn't just for software! Presentation lead by CMSG Committee Member David Cuthbertson, at BCS HQ, London. It is not easy to understand...
David Norfolk, Bloor Research | 8th February '13
The UK TCL independent Software Testing Consultancy has just been acquired by the Qualitest Group, which claims to be the world's second largest pure-play testing services provider - so, I presume, it tries harder. As you might expect, it offers the...
David Norfolk, Bloor Research | 22nd February '13
It's that time of the year again - the Call for Papers for the premier UK event on Change, Release, Asset and Configuration Management for ITIL and Service Management and throughout the application lifecycle. This is the BCS CMSG 2013 Conference -...


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