Contributor David Norfolk sheds light on what the emerging future of work looks like. It will likely involve many workers joining the “gig economy” – a free market system in which temporary positions are common and organisations hire independent workers for short-term commitments.
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The end of the EU-US Privacy Shield scheme – One aspect of a larger problem with ‘sensitive data’ transfer between the UK and the EU
The Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) has just rendered the EU-USA Privacy Shield invalid. This is what allows EU members to move data to the USA without worrying about GDPR. How are UK companies going to navigate this monumental shift when the transition out of the EU concludes at the end of 2020? Bloor Practice Lead David Norfolk provides some potential avenues.
CIO WaterCooler Contributor and Bloor Editor, David Norfolk, explores the Digital.ai Value Stream Management platform. The platform integrates existing tools such as Collabnet VersionOne, XebiaLabs and Arxan. VSM involves making an entire software pipeline transparent, with interoperable tools (including APIs for the integration of existing tools from other vendors in an organisation) and is about tracking, measuring and optimising value delivery.
Bloor Editor David Norfolk explores KeeperHR, which aims at elucidating employee personalities and keeping a record of them in a Personality Profile. This one’s a Keeper!
David Norfolk reviews “The Chaos Factory” by Adam Wasserman, an excellent historical guide to how IT got the way it is today.
David Norfolk from Bloor Research provides some perspective on IBM’s Think Conference being hosted online this year. David also shares some of the key developments coming from IBM including advances in edge computing and 5G, with hybrid multi-cloud offerings that bring together Red Hat OpenShift.