There were 5 blog postings during May (2014):
IBM Impact 2014 - Fytte the First
IBM Impact 2014 featured its PaaS (based on Cloud Foundry), BlueMix and announced the IBM Cloud marketplace. So, what makes this all different from the competition? Well unlike some of the competition (but only some of it), BlueMix is firmly based...
David Norfolk, Bloor Research | 1st May '14
SAP finally drops the Sybase name
The Sybase name has a long and honourable history, especially in Financial Services, and it even survived the takeover by SAP in 2010. Perhaps partly, I always thought, because SAP acquired rather more useful IP with the acquisition than it expected...
David Norfolk, Bloor Research | 14th May '14
The Fruition of IT asset management as a service?
Forgive the pun, but I have been talking to Fruition Partners and it has an interesting approach to IT asset management offered as a service. Essentially, Fruition Partners is a consultancy, focussed around ServiceNow, the enterprise IT cloud...
David Norfolk, Bloor Research | 19th May '14
Intel Analyst Summit
I've been following Intel Software for some time (see here). It has some nice stories to tell, around, for example, instrumenting a baby's sleep suit. Apparently, babies sometimes produce noxious semi-fluids in an autonomous fashion; and a sensor...
David Norfolk, Bloor Research | 28th May '14
The new Uniface
I've just had another briefing with Aad van Schetsen (President & General Manager) and Adrian Gosbell (Vice President Product Management & Marketing), at the newly independent Uniface. This was a chance to find out how things were going now,...
David Norfolk, Bloor Research | 30th May '14
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