Forrester analyst Ryan Skinner put out a blog post, Why Great Content is Not Enough, that rubbed me the wrong way. Here's why.
Conflicting viewpoints and a fast timetable are putting pressure on Europe's high-stakes efforts to define its cloud strategy.
TIBCO is at the nexus of trends that speak to the requirements of 21st century business. But it is much more than technology. Look closely at TIBCO customer relationships.
We've had cloud wars and database wars and ERP wars. Now step forward, single sign-on wars as Salesforce.com steps into the fray with Identity.
I'm incredibly sceptical about the efforts from the European Commission to create a 'European Cloud', fearing as I do that the ongoing PRISM scandal is being exploited to support a political agenda in Europe. Here's the latest document from the Commission which makes me rather annoyed.
Optimizing an already dense and complex rail network to squeeze more capacity requires precision. Add in huge amounts of data being generated and you need a highly scalable solution to make it run. Enter TIBCO.
Burberry CEO Angela Ahrendts is defecting to Apple to head up its retail operations, both online and bricks and mortar. What lessons will she be taking with her from her digital makeover over Burberry?
What motivates a 30 year old software company to double down on its future with PaaS? I put that question directly to Progress CTO Karen Tegan Padir.
An alliance of three German providers promises better email security but what message does it send to the outside world? MOre to the point, can it take hold in the rest of Europe? I doubt it.
How is TIBCO tackling the major challenges faced by customers and how is it making access to its products easier? Wat about the developer ecosystem story? Get some hints here.
The customer is of course always right - a message that hasn't entirely made it through to the current generation of call centre operatives unfortunately - but now it seems that customers are not only right, but actively shaping the business strategies of firms with which they engage.
Jon's cheeky end-of-weekly on which articles hit (or didn’t) on diginomica and beyond - for the week ending October 11, 2013.