It was August 12th. The 100m butterfly finals at the 2016 Rio Olympic Games glued a nation of 5 million to their television sets as their national swimmer Joseph Schooling competed with the Games’ most medaled and legendary Michael Phelps. Smashing the Olympic, Asian and national records, Schooling became the … READ MORE
IT has disrupted many industries and job functions and will continue to do so at a faster pace in today’s hyper-connected world. Even marketers are not spared. In their book Storyscaping: Stop Creating Ads, Start Creating Worlds, Gaston Legorburu and Darren McColl share that storytelling, or story-based differentiation, is no … READ MORE
The maxim goes, “The road to hell is paved with good intentions.” Not to be satirical here, many IT pain points are the results of resolving problems the wrong way, conforming to the “good old standards and practices” that long dominated IT operations manuals. In a conformist culture prevalent in … READ MORE
Many of us may be suffering from “app fatigue”, a symptom that overwhelms us with loads of apps on your laptops or mobile devices over time. While this phenomenon emanates from the consumer world, it holds true for the enterprise IT world as well.
The cloud vendor list is getting crowded and vibrant these days. EMC recently made a number of announcements including EMC Enterprise Hybrid Cloud and the acquisition of 3 cloud innovators Cloudscaling, Maginatics and Spanning. Now, Enterprise IT have the capability to build out its cloud blueprints and IT-as-a-Service consumption model … READ MORE
Source: “Caption Contest: Data Center Evolution”, Network Computing, 13 August 2014 I was piqued by the recent caption contest entitled “Data Center Evolution” by the folks at Network Computing (see above illustration). It sets me thinking of the agents of change in the IT landscape in the last few years. … READ MORE