I can’t pretend to know what folks thought about in ancient times. Did people ask if architects and architectures were useful or whether they were needed? In some areas today, I hear those questions; less in the area dealing with physical building spaces, but in the Information Technology space these questions create fear, uncertainty, and doubt that needs to be overcome to be successful.
By The Open Group
One significant example of “fake news” in 2016 was the announcement that Dennis Ritchie, one of the original authors of the UNIX® Operating System, had passed away. In fact, he’d done so in 2011, a week after the death of Steve Jobs. This year was in fact the fifth anniversary of his passing, but one where the extent of his contribution to the world was not overshadowed by others, and could be correctly acknowledged.
By Stuart Macgregor, CEO, Real IRM and The Open Group South Africa Our transition to the highly-connected realm of Platform 3.0 will radically disrupt the
By Stuart Macgregor, CEO, Real IRM Solutions and The Open Group South Africa These industry insights look at John Kotter’s eight stages of change management,
By The Open Group The Open Group, the vendor-neutral IT consortium, is hosting an event in London, April 25-28. Following on from the San Francisco
By Yan Zhao, Ph.D, President, Chief Architect, ArchiTech Group LLC Introduction The New Generation IT Operating Model is mostly associated with the current trend of