There are seven key megatrends driving the future of enterprise IT. You can remember them all with the helpful mnemonic acronym CAMBRIC, which stands for Cloud ComputingArtificial IntelligenceMobilityBig DataRoboticsInternet of ThingsCyberSecurity.

Cloud-Computing-ServiceCloud computing refers to the on-demand provision of computational resources (data, software) via a computer network, rather than from a local computer. In general this is a pay-as-you-go approach delivered via the Internet, but private clouds and other enterprise approaches are also key.

The bad news is that enterprise CTOs, the people who created the construct and business model of this approach, are now suffering through an onslaught of over the top hype. Most are getting sick of the term. Our goal is report critically important operational use cases and non-biased technology reviews in this field, while avoiding the typical hype.

Our no-hype reporting on cloud computing and its many types is captured in this category.

Are You Agile Enough for Polyglot Programming?

In Europe many people are polyglots—people who speak multiple languages. In America? Not so much. One day I was reviewing a resume of a job candidate that said he was fluent in six languages. When he came in for his interview, I asked what languages he spoke. “Speak?” he said, no way, I program in […]

Tracking The Megatrend of CloudComputing

There are seven key MegaTrends driving the future of enterprise IT. You can remember them all with the helpful mnemonic acronym CAMBRIC, which stands for Cloud Computing, Artificial Intelligence, Mobility, Big Data, Robotics, Internet of Things, CyberSecurity. In this post we dive deeper into the first of these trends, Cloud Computing. We succinctly describe Cloud Computing as the scalable delivery of computational […]

Never Waste Another Minute: Take The CTOvision Mobile App With You And Stay In The Loop

An upgrade for The CTOvision Mobile Application is available for iPhone, iPad and Android users. Please download your app today by visiting your favorite iOS or Android app store and searching for CTOvision.  This upgrade addresses stability issues in the old app plus brings in new data sources. Here is a bit more on the […]

Things To Do Right Now About Your Cybersecurity Workforce Crisis

Intel Security has released Hacking the Skills Shortage, a report revealing the current cybersecurity workforce crisis. The report is full of interesting observations. For example, 71% of respondents admitted that this lack of talent has had a direct and negative effect on their organization. The shortage in cybersecurity skills has done measurable damage to companies. […]

Discovering and proactively blocking malicious infrastructure

RiskIQ’s PassiveTotal leverages the power of a well engineered sensor network and high power/high performance computing, and highly experienced analysts to help enterprise executives proactively block or otherwise disrupt malicious infrastructure. PassiveTotal is designed to provide analysts with a single view into all the data they need. It is also designed to be easy to […]

How to choose between Native Apps or the Responsive Web?

In the second article of how CTO’s can create a framework for enterprises to adopt mobile for growth we look at one of the early decisions to be made – that is choosing to build native apps or adopt the responsive web. In case you missed it, the previous article in the series discusses why […]