We round up trends from around the world that had us scratching our heads this week.
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It's time to embrace change, not be afraid of it.
The secret to code that travels well – break it.
When coding strays into pidgin territory, hard-coded language rules will corrupt the text.
BI struggles to respond rapidly to the business need, even when attempting agile development.
Don't code for one set of regional formats or for every region from the ground up.
The virtual storage area network model makes storage a first-class citizen again.
Kim Kardashian's success extends far beyond reality TV and she now has her sights firmly set on taking over the tech world.
The rate of technology change and the opportunities created are necessitating a new approach to IT strategy, management and investment. Customers need to break free from their traditional mode of operation by looking for ways to increase the pace of innovation and delivering business value. What does the future hold in store for us? How can we us technology to help make it matter? enterprise2020.com
The widening adoption of cloud computing in the enterprise is spurring the growth of a relatively new role in corporate IT – the service broker. So says Joseph Kim, senior director and GM of HP Propel at HP Software, who notes there are certain services that other service and cloud providers can provide to businesses much more efficiently and cost-effectively than IT. Click here to read the full interview.