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Data centre options in a post-Brexit world  

In a recent conversation with a senior executive at a rapidly expanding, Toronto-based cloud provider, an inevitable point of discussion was European expansion. Like many organizations with eyes on that part of the world, the plan was to set up a London, UK office. While that plan will likely follow through, the executive admitted his […]

Penny Jones, senior analyst, European Services, 451 Research

IT-in-the-service of business: a cost equation  

The IT leader today wears a heavy crown. Supporting a vocal end user community that has consumer aspirations for instant-on IT, he/she is also tasked with managing the miracle – digital transformation that leverages IT’s full potential to wrestle new sources of value from the organization’s competitive landscape. The key to success, so the story […]

Shawn Rosemarin, Chief-of-Staff and Field CTO for VMware Canada


The business of analytics: It takes a village…  

We’re all familiar with the African proverb “it takes a village to raise a child” – the notion that each of us benefits from the skills, insights and attention of a connected community. This concept applies within the technology industry as well. A complex business solution isn’t produced ‘in a box’ – it begins with […]

Do you have what it takes for Agile?  

Enterprises may be on board with the idea of Agile methodologies, but do they actually have the skill sets in hand to achieve it? David Sabine, scrum trainer and consultant with Berteig, who has been involved with Agile work methods since they were introduced in 2007, said public training classes on the subject are always […]

David Sabine, scrum trainer and consultant, BERTEIG