Author: Neil Ward-Dutton

enterprise architecture

What does automation mean for architects?

Increasing automation – across core software delivery, IT management and business contexts – needs to be reflected in IT architecture change. Let’s see why. Earlier this week I was lucky enough...

CIO Insight 2017

Three key trends for 2017

This piece, written by MWD Advisors’ lead analysts Angela Ashenden, Neil Ward-Dutton and Craig Wentworth, provides an overview of the key trends we see organisations facing in 2017 (and beyond). If...

Cloud Computing

Why Oracle Cloud v AWS is a distraction

All Oracle’s keynote bluster and posturing at its OpenWorld conference was focused on Amazon Web Services this year. There’s a lot of press repeating Oracle’s lines that with its new...

Alfresco Activiti 1.5 and beyond

Alfresco quietly released version 1.5 of its commercial Activiti product recently. There are some important updates included, worth noting here. The most significant new addition to Activiti 1.5 is the...

Stories from the digital pioneers

What does a global charity have in common with a chain of optician stores, a telecom provider and a pharmaceutical giant? They’re all pushing hard to reap the benefits that...

On Genpact’s acquisition of PNMsoft

Following on from Genpact’s announcement earlier this week of its acquisition of BPM technology provider PNMsoft, I had the chance to have an in-depth briefing with PNMsoft’s CEO Gal Horvitz...

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