Tag Archives: Open Source

Google Maps is now a GIS platform – Consumers and Enterprise win

  Google held their Enterprise Cloud meeting in San Francisco in July. While there was plenty to hear from them regarding investment in the Google Cloud Platform (GCP), the announcements were not limited to the cloud. For me, as a … Continue reading

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The Product Manager is Dead, long live the Outcome Manager

Product Managers are the central lifeblood of the technology firm regardless of what category of product is being sold. It is an unfortunate reality that the role itself should be retired. Why? Simply it is about the product, not the … Continue reading

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Some Legacy Vendors Still Underestimate AWS – As They Gasp for Air

“Amazon is propping it up.” “They are just dev-test.” “Their security is not up to standard.” “They will fizz out.” “They are not suited to the enterprise.” Not a week goes by that I do not get told these “claims” … Continue reading

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The Windows Release Acceleration that explains Microsoft transformation.

  Microsoft has leapt from a disrupted firm to a disruptor in the digital environment. While legacy peers and competitors alike such as Cisco, Oracle, IBM, and HP have hit shallow water, Microsoft has been able to meet some of … Continue reading

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capioIT view on Open Source BI in Australia

Thanks to @trevclarke and @ITPro some insight from capioIT into the lack of adoption of Open Source BI in Australia. http://www.smh.com.au/it-pro/business-it/software-aids-exprisoners-reintegration-20130603-2nm1f.html  

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