Tweet The title is a little ‘tongue in cheek’ but the message is still true: Yesterday we got hit by a massive storm and dueRead More »The benefits of Cloud Computing in relation to Climate change…
Tweet Had an interesting discussion today at lunch with the owner of an IT support company in Brisbane and the owner of a niche specialistRead More »Is this the end of an era? Will Cloud Computing separate the "boys from the men"?
Tweet It is 7am on the 1st of January 2009 – always a special moment the start of a new year. We have a traditionRead More »Starting from scratch in 2009 – new chances for ITIL, ITSM and Cloud Computing…
Tweet It has become apparent to me that Australia is still very much the lucky country. Yes we like to complain about the economic situationRead More »In times of economic crisis… don’t stick your head in the sand but HEAD FOR THE CLOUD!
Tweet I have been asked to present webinars on a regular basis on topics around ITIL, IT Service Management and Cloud Computing. This link willRead More »Webinars on ITIL and Cloud Computing on Bright Talk
Tweet To continue on the subject of Cloud Computing and ITSM, I started thinking about Service Level Management. What effect does Cloud computing (potentially) haveRead More »Service Level Management for cloud computing
Tweet On the flight back from Honolulu I sat next to a man who is involved with the ‘design’ and development of new varieties ofRead More »Don't compare Apples to Cloud Computing
Tweet This was the discussion I had with Rob England (IT Skeptic) and Eric Lauzon (CIO – Asia for Nortel) during the networking cocktail partyRead More »Will ITIL V5 still have Capacity Management as a process? Or is it replaced by Cloud Management?