Let me start of by asking you a very simple question. What is the, by far, most common way for the business to talk with IT? On a daily basis, sometimes several times for one day? Yes, it is the service desk, or at least … Continue reading IT Support – The good, the bad and the Ugly
I do not know a whole lot about the Bitcoin but I am certain it will be an integral part of everyone’s life in a near future, and I am very curious about it. This issue of the Wall Street Journal was published on the … Continue reading Banks and credit card operators: The bitcoin is coming for you! Be afraid, be very afraid!
When taking the big leap, creating something, the project is a necessity but when doing the aligning and re-aligning our services to the ever-changing business needs the baby step model is the way to go. Don´t get me wrong, I love projects, I do not … Continue reading Use the baby step model to stay in business!
I would like to talk about how the IT way of making money decisions still has a lot of improvement potential. IT spenders out there, always balance cost and value/quality, if you always buy the cheapest solution and are just holding on to your money … Continue reading Monkey money management – IT spending goes bananas
Recently I participated in the annual Risk- and compliance conference here in São Paulo, Brasil. I listened to very knowledgeable speakers from different areas talking about how they secure the ongoing delivery of IS/IT-services, which are the current biggest security threats in IT and much … Continue reading The dark side of IT
I have a big shoulder for you to cry on, and that shoulder has been used a lot, most of the time I am part time IT management consultant and part time IT therapist. Some people might wonder why, and I´ll tell you. CIOs and … Continue reading Dear CIO, please don´t cry!
Ok guys, just to make sure people not using LinkedIn doesnt miss out on this post I published there yesterday. Enjoy! Ok, first of all, I like ERP-systems, everything is more or less prepared, most things was already solved and the implementation would be pretty … Continue reading A fool with a tool is still a fool?