Kurt casts an eye over the Google Cloud Next event that's run across this week. Here are his perspectives.
The failure of Zoom’s Five9 acquisition has implications on its strategy and for that of a competitor with a similar vision and plans.
The main points from the Spiceworks state of IT survey - along with data from other surveys - bolster a narrative of an IT that is emerging from the pandemic stronger, but very different.
The global supply chain is still struggling - with profound implications for enterprise production plans
The clogged global supply chain has exposed the fragility of what Thomas Friedman called our 'flat world'. What are the enterprise implications?
Who's Zooming who? We all are and are likely to carry on doing so for some time as the great return-to-the-office is put on hold.
A well-intentioned road to hell - Apple's move against child abuse has a long tail behind it that rings lots of alarm bells.
Recent security reports from IBM and others prompt a discussion of the causes and consequences of the continual stream of enterprise data breaches and ransomware attacks.
The growing problem of counterfeit products turns out to be a legitimate use for blockchain.
The Pentagon is playing its typical procurement shenanigans with a huge multi-year cloud computing contract.
A recent column from Salesforce's Peter Coffee and the death of Donald Rumsfeld leads to a rumination on the epistemology of business information and decision inputs and the development of a theory on how to thrive in conditions of extreme uncertainty.
Oracle announces a rewards program to incentivize cloud migrations. Here's my take.
Challenging some of the Silicon Valley influencers who've made the case for cloud repatriation...