Kenny MacIver

Kenny MacIver

Kenny MacIver has been the editor-in-chief of highly influential and successful business technology magazines and digital media platforms, spanning global, US and UK-focused titles, including I: Global Intelligence for the CIO, Information Age, Computer Business Review and Global Technology Business. A former correspondent for The Times in Silicon Valley, Kenny previously built expertise as a software analyst at IDC and a developer at PwC.
Kenny MacIver
Kenny MacIver

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Betfair shares the ‘secret sauce’ of hybrid cloud

The international gaming giant says an intense focus on automation and orchestration — undepinned by virtual hybrid cloud technology from VMware — has “finally” enabled the seamlessly sharing of workloads across private and public clouds.

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Uncertain signals from the BI cloud

Today cloud business intelligence accounts for a fraction of IT decision-maker spend on analytics: so how come new data shows 50% are mulling just such a move?

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Extending service management across the enterprise

IT service management tools are not the sole preserve of IT, argues Red Hat CIO Lee Congdon. And since adopting ServiceNow, the open source software vendor has sown the cloud-based ITSM tool into the processes of HR, payroll, engineering, and more.

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Overcoming resistance to BI in the cloud

Cloud-based business intelligence provider Birst foresees a pick up in adoption as the fundamental barriers that have been a drag on the segment’s growth start to fall away.