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Why DevOps needs to be underpinned by the CALMS methodology

Organisations implementing DevOps in a bid to improve efficiency, productivity and speed ought to consider CALMS methodologies, according to CA Technologies’ DevOps and technology evangelist, Georg von Sperling. Speaking to Computing following the recent DevOps Summit 2015 in London, von Sperling suggested that many organisations’ IT systems had grown “hysterically” – typically in response to competitive or regulatory challenges – ... Read More »

Agile methodology: Can you ever have too many agile projects?

Author: Sooraj Shah Source: Computing | 26 Oct 2015 Categories: Developer | Strategy Tags: Agile | Cio | Reckitt benckiser | Red hat | Cio interview | Atkins | Agile methodology | Scrum | Johnson matthey CEOs are demanding organisations move faster, according to best practice insight and technology company… Read More »

Top 20 tips for negotiating new software deals

1. Understand the budget cycle of the company you are dealing withAsk them what they work to – you will be in a better position to get a good deal at the end of a reporting period than at the start, especially if they have not met their targets. US companies, in particular, can be very driven by the quarterly ... Read More »

‘We’re not competing with Facebook – we’re not putting a flag in the sand’ – Jimmy Wales on TPO Community

Jimmy Wales’ TPO Community – the social network portion of his ambitious new phone network The People’s Operator – seemed an odd prospect. With some reporting the social network as the Wikipedia creator’s “answer to Facebook and Twitter”, it seemed like this might be another Ello – the “ad-free social network” popular with such a small subset of users it’s ... Read More »

From Fortran to Swift: The world’s most important programming languages

Security services and crime gangs target security specialists, claims Kaspersky researcher Read More »

DevOps tools: which to choose?

There are certain key elements that must be in place if DevOps is to work. First and foremost is strong leadership, probably from the CIO or another senior IT leader. This individual must be able to count on backing from the board to see the team through the testing times that are likely to follow the unifying of the software ... Read More »

Oracle: Mary Ann Davidson blog ‘does not reflect our beliefs or relationship with our customers’

Oracle has responded more fully to yesterday’s public outrage at CSO Mary Ann Davidson’s blog post – which demanded customers not attempt to find and fix their own bugs in Oracle software – saying Davidson’s blog “does not reflect [Oracle’s] beliefs or… relationship with [its] customers”. The blog, which was quickly removed after publication, argued that “only the vendor” can ... Read More »

Is shadow IT emerging from the gloom?

Author: Peter Gothard Source: Computing | 14 Aug 2015 Categories: Developer | Budgets and Investment | Compliance | Corporate Tags: Cio | Cio interview | Leadership strategy | Accounting software | Crm | Salesforce.com | Excel | Microsoft | Dropbox | Box | Sharepoint There was a time when shadow IT was a fairly simple concept: if it’s not on ... Read More »

Is Windows 10 the key to solving the UK’s productivity crisis?

With Windows 10 adoption gathering a good head of steam and Microsoft’s plan to “place productivity” at the centre of its offering, the enterprise now needs to embrace better deployment and adoption of the right software to capitalise, according to Martin Neale, CEO of cloud computing company ICS Solutions – a Microsoft gold partner in the UK. “The Microsoft application ... Read More »

iOS ‘KeyRaider’ malware blazes trail of chaos, stealing over 225,000 Apple accounts

A new iOS malware family going by the name of “KeyRaider” has been discovered by malware researchers at WeipTech and Palo Alto Networks. So far, it has stolen more than 225,000 user account details, apparently to add to a database to help fuel exploitative App Store behaviour. KeyRaider reportedly diverts system processes through MobileSubstrate (now called Cydia Substrate) – a ... Read More »

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