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In March 2014 UNICOM are hoping to run an event on Business Process Management and Enterprise Collaboration alongside our normal Enterprise Architecture event however, in order to do this, we … Continue Reading →


Alfresco Enterprise Content Repository

Organisations are creating tremendous volumes of digital content – documents, e-mails, videos, audio, images, etc. “In 2011 the world will create a staggering 1.8 zettabytes. By 2020 the world will … Continue Reading →


Practices for Scaling Agile in Enterprises

Enterprises that are adopting agile organizational-wide will at some time have to scale their agile practices. They usually have multiple interdependent teams, which makes them look for ways to make agile practices … Continue Reading →


When it comes to Real Time Analytics, there’s real time and real time…

In the past twelve months the phrase “real time analytics” has gone from being largely un-recognised to representing a host of big data analytics use cases that are not addressed … Continue Reading →


Drone at SEPG Europe 2013 – Lamri

Lamri sponsored, exhibited and presented at the European SEPG in Amsterdam last week. Four Lamri customers presented at the event: Atos, ING, RSA and SITA. Atos talked confidently about their … Continue Reading →


How DevOps Complements Agile at Nokia Entertainment

It makes you wonder why DevOps is getting so much attention when it seems agile has everything, says John Clapham from Nokia Entertainment in Bristol. Agile has the manifesto and principles, it focuses … Continue Reading →


A great event! – A guest blog post by TestPlant, sponsors TestExpo 2013

TestPlant sponsored, exhibited and presented at TestExpo 2013 in London last week. Along with some of the leading individuals and companies in the testing industry, it was a great opportunity … Continue Reading →


Choose Culture over Tools for Devops Success

Ask any of the folks at the heart of the DevOps movement which aspect of Culture, Automation, Measurement, and Sharing  (CAMS) is the best predictor and enabler of DevOps success, … Continue Reading →

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The Universal Credit Project: a failure of Waterfall project management or a failure of Agile methods?”

Many central Government departments have been trying to adopt a more incremental approach to projects, especially those that depend on IT systems development. For example, the DVLA is putting live … Continue Reading →

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To focus on the business need we need to understand the business need!

Agile projects do not deliver features and functions, they deliver business value. Simple enough in theory, but in practice this move away from a requirements led project effort is having a … Continue Reading →