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The Norfolk Punt - Blog Archive for May (2013)

There were 10 blog postings during May (2013):

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David Norfolk, Bloor Research | 2nd May '13
Talking with Michael Madden, General Manager, and David Hodgson of CA's Mainframe group, I was touched by their infectious (and, in my opinion, justified) enthusiasm. It's also a good sign that if Mike Gregoire (CA Technologies' new CEO) is teaching...
David Norfolk, Bloor Research | 1st May '13
I've just had a hands-on demo of Huddle (which describes itself as an enterprise content collaboration platform) with Jonathan Howell (its CTO) and James Pipe (one of its product managers, focused on mobile and desktop). As I've said before, there...
David Norfolk, Bloor Research | 3rd May '13 is about a lot more than customer relationship management these days. Perhaps one of the most interesting facets of the product is as a trusted platform for enterprise cloud computing; together with Salesforce...
David Norfolk, Bloor Research | 15th May '13
It's not often that I review fiction in here, but I think this book is worth a read - both by IT professionals and by the business managers who (hopefully) manage them. The book is The Phoenix Project: A Novel About IT, DevOps, and Helping Your...
David Norfolk, Bloor Research | 21st May '13
If there is one thing that drives agile delivery of automated business outcomes, it's continuous deployment. Automation of error-prone manual procedures reduces errors and increases efficiency - as long as you build on configuration management best...
David Norfolk, Bloor Research | 17th May '13
The Intel Software Conference was in Chantilly this year and, once again, James Reinders' keynote set the agenda - see his blogs here. It's all about parallel programming from few to many cores with consistent models, languages, tools, and...
David Norfolk, Bloor Research | 17th May '13
An interesting innovation at the 2013 Intel Software Conference was its free HTML5 development environment - a packaged set of programming tools, including cloud support. The approach is different to that adopted for its C++ tools and perhaps deals...
David Norfolk, Bloor Research | 15th May '13
I've been thinking for some time that the Internet of Things (IoT) is the next big technology disruption - what we're doing now may simply not scale easily to this new world. Nothing new there but I was listening to an Analyst teleconference...
David Norfolk, Bloor Research | 15th May '13
It's almost here - The BCS CMSG Conference 2013 is on 4 June 2013, and you can register here. Configuration Management is about a lot more than just delivering software code and the BCS Configuration Management Specialist Group (BCS CMSG) is very...
David Norfolk, Bloor Research | 30th May '13
Why go to a conference these days? After all, all the information one could possibly need is on the web, isn't it, probably with a nice video to go with it? Well, it's the story, dammit. Before you start a new technology initiative you worry about...


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