Spam in my WordPress comments… “wot is point are you acheeving thankly”
cloud computing / just a thought

Spam in my WordPress comments… “wot is point are you acheeving thankly”

We have spam filters on email and WordPress does a good job of eliminating much of the worst. But still some gets through.But you have to wonder exactly what they think they are achieving when you get comments like this: Paragraph writing is also a excitement, if you be acquainted with afterward you can write … Continue reading

QR codes and iPad drag exhibitors out of the dark ages @eventprodshow #eps13 #ipad
cloud computing / innovation / sales

QR codes and iPad drag exhibitors out of the dark ages @eventprodshow #eps13 #ipad

The Event Production Show, which kicks off today at Olympia in London, is the exhibition for exhibitors, so you’d expect it to be at the cutting edge of event technology. But this is a world first. “Can I scan your badge,  Sir?”  Doh!! Traditionally the “badge and lead retrieval” systems provided by the event organisers … Continue reading

Standing in the fire hose of data: drowning or refreshing?
CIO / cloud computing / innovation / process

Standing in the fire hose of data: drowning or refreshing?

Big Data is a great topic. Everyone recognises the rise the volumes of data being generated by individuals, systems and devices. There are some fabulous headline figures about data. It is the journalists, analyst and bloggers dream. IT vendors are jumping onto the bandwagon and any analysis and reporting capability they have is being rapidly … Continue reading

Business is Social – the script according to Salesforce.com’s Benioff
CIO / cloud computing / inspirational videos / presenting

Business is Social – the script according to Salesforce.com’s Benioff

If you were one of the 90,000 who attended Dreamforce you would have been swept away in the energy and euphoria that is the Salesforce.com machine. Who couldn’t be. It is now the largest tech conference with 800 sessions, 350 partners and big name bands. And now Salesforce.com has a run rate of $3bn per … Continue reading

CIO / cloud computing / process

So the cloud changes everything? Doh! But not how you expected it to. #bpm

A recent question How do you think the cloud will change BPM? raised by eBizQ got a flurry of conflicting answers. Part of the problem is back to the definition of BPM (process discovery vs process automation vs operations platform). Some of it is possibly a theoretical perspective on  the cloud – the “It is just … Continue reading