Tag Archives: Business Process

December 22, 2015

Predicting 2016: What’s old is new again.

Hurwitz & Associates expects 2016 to be an interesting year with a combination of innovative new offerings and a resurgence of existing technologies in the forefront. 2016 will be the year when the old is new again; customers will continue to absorb and deploy technologies such as cloud, microservices, IoT, and advanced analytics. Businesses will […]

November 12, 2015

Why the IoT Market Disruptor is Driven by Early Failures

I guess that I have been in this technology industry for too long. Like many of my colleagues, I love new technology and I thrive on change and emerging trends. In fact, the technology market thrives on change and the latest innovation that promises to turn an also ran company into a market disruptor. The […]

January 29, 2013

Revolutionizing the Traditional Data Center to Support Systems of Engagement

Many organizations are looking at cloud computing as an extension to their traditional data center.  The private cloud is often envisioned as a technique to provide a segregated set of services that can be used for such requirements as supporting peak loads, creating new applications, or more easily deploying services on demand.  But as with […]

October 27, 2009

Can we free process and data?

I am still at IBM’s Information on Demand conference here in Las Vegas (not my favorite place..but what can you do). In listening to a lot of discussions around strategy and products I started thinking about one of the key problems that customers are facing around business process and managing increasingly complex data. What companies […]

April 17, 2009

Sometimes its the little business process mistakes – not the strategy

As an industry analyst I am always looking at new technology innovations and new approaches that help companies transform their business process. There are some technologies that I have been seeing that are really excellent at adding robustness and sophistication to help companies transform the customer experience. But every once in a while you come […]

March 31, 2009

Where is HP headed?

Every year HP holds an industry analyst summit that includes everything but PCs and printers. While in the past HP has made quite a tidy profit with ink times are changing. The PC industry is also moving into a new era where margins are shrinking as well. So, increasingly, HP is looking to its server […]

January 19, 2009

Making sense of REST in context with SOA

I continue to spend a lot of time thinking and researching REST — REpresentational State Transfer. Yes, REST is a set of architectural guidelines introduced by Roy Fielding in his dissertation where he defined HTTP. While I couldn’t find a link to Fielding’s disseration, I did find a very good blog entry written by Fielding. […]