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The Norfolk Punt - Blog Archive for September (2013)

There were 7 blog postings during September (2013):


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David Norfolk, Bloor Research | 23rd September '13
The purchase of Nokia by Microsoft leaves me with mixed feelings. From way back, I don't think Microsoft really understood phones and Nokia really did. Its Symbian OS possibly wasn't as easy to develop for as it might be but it fuelled a good user...
 
David Norfolk, Bloor Research | 24th September '13
I've been a bit worried about the privatisation of ITIL (see here), now branded AXELOS, but my concerns are lessening somewhat. There's an hour of Q&A from a BCS Service Management Specialist Group event with AXELOS here; and (since I'm always...
 
David Norfolk, Bloor Research | 26th September '13
If I want readers to switch off (it can be useful; one can sometimes sneak something controversial past them), I usually chuck in a couple of things about metadata. But 'data about data' is important, especially in a business context. I have no...
 
David Norfolk, Bloor Research | 19th September '13
The 8th Annual BMC Software Mainframe Survey Results have just landed in my inbox, promoting an IBM Systems Magazine webinar on mainframe futures. It reminds me that I haven't written about mainframes recently. No need to really - which doesn't mean...
 
David Norfolk, Bloor Research | 23rd September '13
Well, I'm interested in governance, so the ISO/IEC 19770-2 standard for software IDs excites me. Basically, when businesses run on software, you can't claim to be in control of your business unless you are in control of your software. This is more...
 
David Norfolk, Bloor Research | 11th September '13
I've just had an interesting chat with Adrian Foxall, CEO of Rimo3 (a new company, which gives its customers the tools needed to understand their full application estate, helping them make informed decisions for managing it). Some of his war...
 
David Norfolk, Bloor Research | 7th September '13
Interesting analysis of ubiquitous versioning here from Dr Dobbs - highlighted in a tweet from Uniface. I like the last bit; versioning everything is a journey and an intention rather than always an achievable situation today, but: It enables a...

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