There were 5 blog postings during February (2009):
My voyage around Windows 7
So, Windows 7 Beta 1 has been out there a while now, to general good reviews from people who have played with it. This blog entry describes the various different attempts I had to install and use it and what Quocirca believes the likely benefits...
Clive Longbottom, Quocirca | 5th February '09
Approaching BPM from a different direction
Many approaches to business process management (BPM) have centred around the use of standard workflow technology. However, many business processes straddle two or more business applications, and as such, the workflow needs to straddle the...
Clive Longbottom, Quocirca | 10th February '09
In July 2008, an unexpectedly bold step was taken by a large UK company. Former state monopoly, telecoms incumbent BT unilaterally announced a plan to pump prime the process of moving the UK to a high speed broadband network with a £1.5bn...
Rob Bamforth, Quocirca | 13th February '09
All the tools of the trade in one toolbox
Economic conditions are causing organisations to take a closer look at how they consume technology. Procurement budgets are more tightly controlled during an economic downturn, with organisations looking to reduce capital expenses, such as upfront...
Fran Howarth, Quocirca | 18th February '09
On the drive to efficiency, it's important to look in the rear-view mirror
Quocirca went to VMWorld Europe this week, as a guest of virtualisation vendor VMware. In an effort to avoid hoisting a size 15 carbon footprint into the stratosphere, the journey was undertaken on Eurostar and TGV. It's extremely difficult to...
Simon Perry, Quocirca | 25th February '09
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