Category Archives: IT Strategy & Planning
Getting ahead and staying ahead in today’s fast-changing world
Two sets of dynamics impact your technology agenda today, and each drives continuous change in the other. On the one hand demands from the business are constantly changing, while on the other the march of technology and new ways of exploiting it never stops. Against this background, success depends on looking ahead, anticipating developments on each side of the equation, and acting proactively.
Dealing with the growing problem of edge and IoT sprawl
Amidst all the hype regarding the massive growth potential for IoT[...]
The global information access opportunity
Making a business case for investment in modern file data management[...]
Getting real about IT sustainability
From good intentions to tangible results through smart systems selection[...]
Have you made the right platform choices to minimise risk?
Critical systems have to run and run…[...]
To maximise potential, mainframers must reach out and engage
The team here has always had immense respect for the mainframe community[...]
Kubernetes and the open-source maintainer question
While much of October's KubeCon-CloudNativeCon North America[...]
S/4HANA without compromise
A modern ERP architecture needs a powerful and future-proof platform[...]
VMware’s breadth and depth impresses, but is it still a safe bet?
At the recent VMware Explore conference in Barcelona[...]
Supporting the needs of highly unpredictable workloads
It’s all about flexibility, scalability and cost effectiveness[...]
Manufacturers in a world of constant change
Why ERP modernization could yield the ESG and Industry 4.0 synergies that you need[...]
Like a teenager, Kubernetes looks almost grown-up, yet still a bit awkward and confused
Platform: that’s the key word that sprung to mind after attending Kubecon[...]
Hybrid working isn’t turning out as expected
Last year, as companies recognised both the value of face-to-face interaction[...]
Is the commodity server bandwagon running out of steam?
The term “paradigm shift” gets flung about far too much in IT, but we may[...]
One SSD to ruler them all
Why the new EDSFF storage format is hot stuff – and what else you need[...]