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Don't Empower Your Competitors By Differentiating at the Wrong Level

by Hank Barnes  |  April 29, 2014

I regularly blog about, and help clients with, differentiation.   In fact, I will be speaking about differentiation at the upcoming Gartner Customer 360 conference in Orlando.  The conference runs...

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The Dilemma that is Cloud

by Jay Heiser  |  June 3, 2013

Life in the cloud would be so much easier if there were only some sort of ‘cloud risk seal of approval’.  Most public cloud services seem to offer a reasonable...

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That Christmas Kindle has Strings Attached

by Jay Heiser  |  January 4, 2013

We’ve recently moved house, and my collection of books, many of them heavily marked up with multi-colored highlights, Post-Its, and bookmarks, remains something of a storage issue.  Over the last...

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Our Log Standards Paper Publishes

by Anton Chuvakin  |  December 11, 2012

Recently I updated a paper originally written by Dan Blum called “Event and Log Information: A Strong Case for Standards” and it just got posted to the site: “A deficit...

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Time for a rant about passwords

by Jay Heiser  |  May 13, 2011

How much mental anguish is the result of ignorant accounting grads working for Big 4s, struggling to find SOX-relevancy, totally oblivious to the huge amount of HCI research that has been done...

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CMIS 1.0 May Be 3.0 Years Too Late

by Toby Bell  |  January 13, 2011

It might be hard to determine given evidence of other interests in my blog, but my primary research coverage at Gartner is focused on enterprise content management. For those of...

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The SAS 70 Charade

by Jay Heiser  |  July 5, 2010

SAS 70 is  a) not a certification, b) not a standard, and c) isn't meant to be applied the way it is being applied now.  To be fair, all service...

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The Open Cloud Manifesto: This has all happened before...

by Daryl Plummer  |  March 30, 2009

Today the Open Cloud Manifesto is supposed to be published and it has a laudable set of goals, not least of which is the idea that the cloud should be...

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