Digital leaders article archive

  • David Slight FBCS explains how, by focusing on project outcomes, and driving them forwards as quickly and efficiently as possible, all stakeholders will reap the benefits and get to live in their future visions sooner.
  • It is widely cited that the IT industry is on a par with the aviation industry for carbon emissions. Experts predict that these emissions will double in the next few years.
  • Margaret Ajibode, Managing Director of Obatec, shares her thoughts on the need to manage the inevitable world of digital transformation in your arena.
  • Frazer Jamieson MBCS lifts the lid on a relatively new trend, namely that of serverless architecture, which is gaining in momentum, particularly in the SME space.
  • DevOps brings new challenges to the professional IT project manager, particularly in avoiding a DevOps disaster project (DisPro).
  • People are the most difficult part of any change; for it to succeed, each person involved must have a reason for positive action or acceptance. Nic Vine discusses the importance of managing incentives and trust in achieving successful change.
  • Connor Morley and Diane Gan, from the CSAFE Research Centre at the University of Greenwich, discuss a new tool for detecting and accessing TrueCrypt containers.
  • Mark Fulgoni MBCS, Principal Consultant at Red Olive Ltd, takes a look at how ETL architectures need to adapt in the world of databases-as-a-service.
  • Graziela Tridapalli, Senior Consultant at Retail Reply, asks if DevOps is just another buzzword or can it really help your business?
  • Sven Erik Knop, Perforce Software explains why getting the software development foundation right is of fundamental importance for long-term internet of things (IoT) success.