But it might contain some pieces of information that might come handy to more than few CxO ‘s right now. Especially if the said CxO ‘sare given the responsibility to “own” the IT landscape in some medium or large organization. Approx 50 seats onward, complexity depending.
In this context, and perhaps because of this post, I might be called a bit of a pessimist., which is calling himself a realist.
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Day before yesterday, I was aked and I did an impromptu explanation to few investors on the following subject: “What makes Data Centre (DC) a good investment”. And (lo and behold) I managed to explain one highly technical and potentially highly expensive concept to few real (v.s. potential) investors. And they went away satisfied. Which is always a good thing. Continue reading “What makes Data Centre an good investment ?”
I know it perhaps annoys you to no end, but it is the fact: Apple Inc. is successful. Ok. Fine. I want to learn from Apple Inc. success. We all know that probably a lot of companies are making a lot of better products than Apple Inc. Both hardware and software. And in the same time they are nowhere near as successful as Apple Inc. apparently is. Why? Continue reading “Apple Logic: Be more usable than others”