IT projects: heading for a fall
There's no shortage of advice on how to get IT projects to run on time, within budget and to deliver the expected benefits. So why do so many of them still fail?
All systems go
Thoughtworks banks on enterprises adopting agile software development by releasing its continuous delivery tool Go as open source. The question is: will it `go'?
Computing for the greater good
Wits University is developing a processing board for use at the Large Hadron Collider that it hopes to commercialise for wider application.
Like kids in a candy store
The evolution of IT has seen CIOs elevated beyond the nuts and bolts to take up a bird's eye view position that demands a new mindset and skills.
Fear and loathing in the cloud
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Five mindset priorities
IT service management is as much about managing relationships and expectations as it is about what the end-user experiences.
The future is here - and it's biometric
Security breaches have become a very real prospect for any organisation. Biometrics promises to remove at least some of that risk.
Lighting the Innovation Hub fuse
ITWeb's 2013 joint-Personality of the Year winner hopes to create the kind of space that will foster innovation in software development.
Micket gets a ticket to ride
A Cape Town startup is looking to upset the events ticketing applecart.
Hosted CRM: headache or helping hand?
The evolution of CRM systems presents as many challenges as it does opportunities for organisations looking to improve efficiencies.
Due diligence mitigates cloud data concerns
Sensitive corporate data stored and processed in the cloud can expose organisations to considerable risk if not managed correctly.