I assisted to an interesting business BPOS presentation and the additional services my company adds to this product. Some notes: The use of a sizing calculator to calculate bandwidth, Limit your compliance exposures (SOX….), BlackBerry Internet Service (BIS), Security, Pay per use model, They want to replace Lotus Notes, again 🙂 Questions: What’s the roadmap … Read more
Since I’m involved in application portfolio management duties, I have found this interesting blog from Forrester. I want to remind these: Databyte-spending-on-custom-software-in-2010 Top-5-changes-for-application-development-in-2010 Should-application-portfolio-management-start-with-business-process-assessments There are more, I will continue reading.
I bought a Kindle during my last trip to US. One of the funny things was surfing into the internet. Ok, it’s not a good view, but if you want to read some information or blogs it’s enough, I’m happy! I have comeback to Spain and when I try to navigate I get this message: … Read more
That’s what I said to some service managers which client was not applying these penalties. They are not applying it because they are agree with all the other issues the service is solving and they want to let the service run. Other times, the SLA are not so restrictive and they always reach the green … Read more
Finally I bought this book. It took me some research till to find it. Alcalá del Olmo (Cervantes 10 in Madrid) had it: fourth impression from April 1958. To remind it, I try to summarize what I have annotated in a paper chapter by chapter. 1.- Parkinson’s law or the rising pyramid, “Work expands so … Read more
Today we visited “Body worlds 2 & The Brain” in the Franklin Institute, in Philadelphia (PA, USA) and we saw an interesting representation of the different parts of the body that helps everybody to understand how the human body works. Today has been a very freeze day so this was a very good plan for … Read more