Archive: December 2011

Application Agility Killer #7 – An App Lifecycle Management Vacuum

Application estates tend to get a lot of attention (and budget) during major migrations. Often, the application estate never looks better-managed than in the days …

Internet Exploitation

In the lead up to Christmas we are all very busy, but I almost dropped the smart phone socks I was knitting for my friends …

Application Agility Killer #6 – Botched app migration

Major application migrations are the most common time and place for bad decisions that can cripple your Application Agility. Migrations tend to go off the …

Camwood Extends Contract with BAE Systems for Application Management

London: 15 December 2011 – Camwood Limited, the UK-based specialists in application logistics, has announced the award of a three-year managed service contract from BAE …

Closing the SAM Gap – reduce costs and run a tighter ship

As a rule the IT industry views software asset management (SAM) as something you just do. It’s the high-tech equivalent of a stock take. But …

Application Agility Killer #5 – Outsourcing without proper governance

These are tough times. So application transformation projects will be outsourced to low-cost, offshore providers. No problem, if governance and quality layers are established. If …

Application Agility Killer #4 – getting soaked by the cloud

Application Agility means using the Cloud where it makes sense. But moving to the Cloud – whether public or private – demands a careful consideration …