Millennials are the canaries in the coal mine - unlike previous generations, they have been taught to have a low tolerance for toxic behaviour and to keep their expectations high.
Stories by Bradley de Souza
How less developed companies are falling for the AI fad so they can persuade others that they are innovating
Parental Guidance not wanted: The stubborn and grumpy few are causing age discrimination in technology
As today's digital revolutionaries get older, they too, will confront the issues of ageing and hopefully, adjust their perspective accordingly.
What value is there in connecting to someone we don’t like just because of their position? 'None,' writes Bradley de Souza.
In the natural world, success depends on a species ability to quickly adapt to changing conditions. Successful adaptations are incorporated and unsuccessful ones are either suppressed or ejected from the gene pool. Bradley de Souza takes this approach to the business world.
The Agile approach is ideal for small projects in small organisations but when larger scale is required, the model needs to be adjusted to be effective.
Today outsourcing companies are learning Mandarin, Spanish, French, and German to serve those markets. Yesterday they were perfecting regional British and American accents.
Egos, politics and other factors exert an influence when trying to establish oneself with the Board. Bradley de Souza provides an insider's look and advice.
How do you turn a slum into a modern town or city without moving the current residents and by causing a minimal amount of disruption? Bradley de Souza says the challenge of urban renewal is an apt analogy for enterprise architecture.
Bradley de Souza calls for an end to the current 'leadership by numbers' obsession - and why failing a leadership exam isn’t always the worst outcome.
Focus on risk and reward. In some cases, using two partners in tandem can create positive competitive tension.
A CIO said I was like the guy who turned up the day after hurricane Katrina -- I come in when technology transformations fail.
New Zealand is connected to the internet via a single undersea cable. Unlike a typical point-to-point cable, the New Zealand cable circles a route passing through Muriwai and Auckland in a fibre ring. If the cable is cut, the data travels in the opposite direction and goes the long way around. The diverse routing provides greater resiliency in the event of a physical failure.
There's been a lot of debate about the requirement for another undersea cable. The reasons given are 1) to eliminate the present supplier monopoly 2) to mitigate the risk of partial/total service failure and 3) to cope with the increase in demand for IP services.
Gartner defines Cloud 1.0 as “a style of computing in which scalable and elastic IT-enabled capabilities are delivered as a service to external customers using internet technologies”. However, Gartner’s definition is more appropriate for Cloud 2.0 as opposed to Cloud 1.0.
Amazon’s S3 (Simple Storage Service) is a good example of a Cloud 1.0 proposition where the focus is on highly reliable, scalable storage with a robust security layer, limited to a customer specified region, for example Europe.