Safety in numbers
Hackers, careless users, porous networks and indefensible perimeters. Is the current reality of security enough to make the intelligent CIO give up...
Published 15 April 2011
'We're not as well-known as we ought to be': Q&A with Pam Maynard, Avanade
CBR talks to Pam Maynard, UK General Manager of Accenture-Microsoft JV Avanade about the company's position in the UK market and what its message...
Published 03 April 2011
You may not need more tools, just need to use the ones you have better: Q&A with John O'Brien, Hitachi Consulting
John O'Brien is Hitachi Consulting's new Executive Vice President for the UK, just joining from Cap Gemini. CBR talked to him to ask him why he'd...
Published 01 April 2011
'We help keep companies off the pages of the FT': Q&A with Anthony Bettencourt, CEO of Coverity
CBR talks to the boss of 'developer-side' testing firm Coverity about whether the business is 'old hat' and what the analysts think
Published 29 March 2011
'After four years of navel-gazing, we're seeing a fairly sharp release of breath at last': Q&A with Simon Kelson, Atlanta Technology
Established by brothers Simon and Mike Kelson in the year Atlanta hosted the Olympics (hence the name) 15 years back, the company has evolved from...
Published 21 March 2011
The world's first multi-national start-up: Q&A with Stephen Dukker, CEO of NComputing
We catch up with the boss of desktop virtualisation specialist NComputing about how his company compares to the likes of Citrix and VMware and why...
Published 21 March 2011
Engineering firm Arup saves 33% of its PC power bill by turning them off at the right time
In the next in our regular series on successful uses of ICT in the context of real-world organisations, we've been speaking with a company that...
Published 18 March 2011
'In storage, the game's all about being one of the big dogs': Q&A with Mike Gustafson, BlueArc
CBR talks to the president & CEO of high-end storage specialist BlueArc about the chances of being acquired and whether the firm is really a niche...
Published 15 March 2011
'CIOs want industrialisation': Q&A with David Cotterell, SQS
CBR talks to the CEO of Northern Europe, India & Africa with software testing supplier SQS about what separates his firm from the competition
Published 09 March 2011
Understanding the outsourcing jigsaw puzzle
The outsourcing market is growing. However, warns Gary Flood, before potential customers go down this route they should be aware the process...
Published 23 February 2011
'Stockbroker thinking is the way forward': Q&A with Rado Kotorov, CTO of Information Builders
CBR catches up with the chief technology officer at business intelligence (BI) specialist Information Builders about innovation and evolving from a...
Published 25 January 2011
'I wouldn't want to work for a paranoid CIO like that': Q&A with Rob Chapman, CEO of Firebrand Training
CBR talks to the boss of UK IT training supplier Firebrand about why they are not just another training company and what the future looks like for...
Published 19 January 2011
'The hype then the backlash': Q&A with Matt Quinn, chief technical officer, Tibco
CBR catches up with the CTO of Service-Oriented Architecture and Business Process Management specialist Tibco, who shines a light on his role and...
Published 10 January 2011
More than corporate boilerplate: Q&A with Thomas Vollrath, CEO of Webfusion
If you're looking for a web hosting company you are certainly not short of options. CBR talks to the boss of hosting specialist Webfusion about...
Published 05 January 2011
"Let's everybody keep our jobs here": Q&A with Sam Cece, CEO of social CRM pioneer StrongMail Systems
The traditional email marketing game is changing; it's getting more social. Gary Flood speaks to the boss of StrongMail to find out about the...