With Bring your Own Device (BYOD) now common place in most Enterprise IT environments, the use of the Personal Cloud is being used as a solution to how users manage and share data across multiple personal devices. This new trend is aptly referred to as Bring your Own Cloud (BYOC). The management of which is […]
Three of the fundamental project governance knowledge areas in the PMI PMBOK are risk management, issue management, and change management. To me they are very much related. A Risk is something that might happen that will have an impact on the planned project. An issue is something that has happened and is negatively impacting the […]
An important though optional feature for your website or mobile app is providing your users a method to authenticate using social networks and/or to authorize you to have access to their information or social features. Facebook, Google+, Twitter, LinkedIn and others offer methods, often using an open protocol such as OAuth , for developers to […]
IBM has been the official technology supplier and consultant to the Wimbledon championships for the last 24 years. For two weeks every summer about 450,000 people attend the tournament as well as an additional 386 million global audience. For IBM, it’s an excellent opportunity to showcase their different products for social, analytics and cloud. http://wimbledoninsights.com/ibm-wimbledon/
This week’s post focuses on the closing comment of Chris O’Neil, MD of Goggle Canada, during a panel discussion on Innovation at Salesforce Company Tour: “Innovation is about getting people to learn quickly. That’s what fail fast is all about.” Thoughts on how innovative executives can foster a learn fast approach in their companies.