Yup, it's here - Jon hands out his year-end enterprise bouquets and atomic wedgies.
In this edition: why HR lacks digital, and the looming AI problem. And: CIOs identify their digital skills gaps and battle tech administrivia. Plus whiffs of many flavors, including lazy bloggers and linkbait fails.
Some of the techniques that have made Business Intelligence so successful over the past couple decades are its Achilles heel. This post contains a few examples of how some of these techniques that we hold dear may be holding us back.
Service based approaches to IT are set to accelerate in 2016. Charlie Bess explains what it means for platform instability.
Summary: Too often organizations think about their future with their feet firmly planted in the constraints of today. For an IT organization that will not work since many of the issues that constrain us today are going to be irrelevant in the future.
There's been so many bad news Internet of Things stories lately, I thought I'd try my hand at some FUD. Constructive ideas on where to go from here are reluctantly included.
Security used to be just about keeping virii out of corporate systems so data stayed sacrosanct, but the arrival of wearables and IoT – and the potential for exploitation of both in tandem – is about to raise the security stakes alarmingly
Jon's cheeky weekly review of which articles hit (or didn't) - on diginomica and beyond. In this week's edition: Salesforce up, HP down as Benioff tweaks rivals. Also: Amazon workplace blowout and debating work/life balance - is it achievable? Plus: your weekly whiffs.
Are we about to enter the next disruptive trend - "chaotic architecture"? Charlie Bess certainly hopes not. Bess contrasts the benefits of agile architecture with the problematic idea of chaos.
Jon's cheeky weekly review of which articles hit (or didn't) - on diginomica and beyond. This week: digital transformation in the real world, plus a howl for the web we (maybe?) lost. Plus: the Uberization of employment, upbeat views on our robotic companions, and whiffery.
Charlie Bess explains how automation could result in a bumpy ride. Let's not forget the fundamentals along the way.
The regulatory world is a changin’ and it is up to the CIO to ensure that the organization is aware and acting upon the shifting legal environment our systems must operate within.