"Digital" is undoubtedly the buzzword of the day in conversations between IT leaders and their executive counterparts in the organisation. But it's only recently that the full implications of "going digital" are becoming clear in the IT department.
We hear plenty about
The age of the "command and control" IT department is over - of that fact most experts are agreed. The balance of power in corporate IT has shifted away from the IT team - and away from their technology suppliers - to their users in the business. But plenty of IT leaders are still trying to come...
The UK has long been hooked on IT outsourcing - far more than any of our European neighbours. But is that enthusiasm on the wane?
In recent weeks, market research from several analyst firms have proved contradictory.
Anyone who has read this blog over the past few months will have seen there are several recurring themes I've been banging on about lately. It's been interesting to see a few things happening recently that, to me, reinforce some of the points I've been discussing, so here's a bit of a random...
Are we, as Apple would have us believe, in the "post-PC era"? I'm not so sure.
The phrase has become something of a tech meme lately and Apple has understandably embraced it, claiming at the