No matter how hard the clouderati click the heels of their brogues together and repeat “public cloud is better” , the simple fact is that most companies have large amounts of IT infrastructure that works just fine and is profitable. To make matters worse, the cost of transformation exceeds the potential financial return while creating […]
The entire purpose of ITIL was to manage failure and that’s why working in companies using is such a miserable work life. ITIL is focussing on the problem of failure instead of creating success. Welcome to the mis-managed IT process of “not failing” but also “not good” infrastructure of 2014. Yes, I’m all ranty and agitated about it.
In 2013, there is no excuse for this. Dell Force10 mandates that I must register to get access to any information about the product. Getting access to manuals should be freely available. As an independent consultant, I need to perform paper review of your product and this means access to manuals. I don’t have an […]
There plenty of things about participating on Twitter that are annoying. Photos of food, location message like “I’m at a cheap chain restaurant” eating the same food as everyone else or even “You got to the first level of $game”. But the worst things for me are Tweet Chats where people start randomly spewing out […]
Is everything at Cisco a game ? Cisco is changing the game, reducing complexity and making it simpler for enterprises to deliver and manage application delivery to users. Cisco ISR-AX is Now a Part of the Integrated Services Router Family!. Protecting Our Networks: It’s a Team Game Now! Cisco is changing the game for B2B […]
Cisco customers can update their licenses using this handy portal. Sounds good ? Exciting ? No, not the person who bought the software license, the partner that sold you the license can update the licenses. You might have forgotten who is Cisco’s real customer, and it’s not the person who paid for products. Partners, the […]
I have to agree in part with Trevor Potts at The Register and object to VMware’s solution to the vCenter client platform problem. He got to ask VMware why they are using Flash instead of HTML5 and he runs down the list of options. Java – too much versioning, not much customer love (ie none, […]
If this is the best that Cisco can manage when they are “listening” we have a huge problem with Cisco licensing strategy. Glam it up all you like, but this isn’t helping. It’s just ignoring us.