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  • How would Churchill deal with the Hitlers of today's technology industry?

    Stuart Finlay, author of What Churchill Would Do, says there are many parallels between the technology choices of today and 1939. Winston Churchill had a genius for spotting inventions, especially technology which could hurt the enemy. But, unlike hi... 

  • Screen of death?

    If you're reading this, you're a brave man or woman indeed. Yes, you're one of life's risk takers. But before you start picturing yourself alongside the likes of a highwire walker, trapeze artist or sky diver, a little context is required. It seems t... 

  • You know your technology but could you write a book?

    Here's Stuart Finlay, gutsy client director of Thus, who ignored the experts and published his own book, What Would Churchill Do? He's had the last laugh too, as he's made a profit and done his career profile no harm at all. 

  • New relationships could change business intelligence predicts Gartner

    Here's a poster from a summer movie, the plot of which could match the story arc of the journey of business intelligence into maturity - if the Gartner Group is right. Business Intelligence is going to forge new relationships which will change it for... 

  • Why Novell's acquisition makes sense

    By Bertrand Diard, Co-founder and CEO of Talend Attachmate has announced that it plans to buy Novell for $2.2 billion. 

  • A global fight against piracy needs to be exactly that

    If you were drawing up anti-piracy legislation that was going to be global there would be a few countries that you would aim to get on the treaty. Near the top of the list there would have to be China, which is seen by many as one of the main places... 

  • Ballmer is lucky he is still getting a bonus

    There were plenty of comments in mock sympathy voiced in the office for Steve Ballmer after it became clear he had missed out on half of his potential bonus and had to settle for just $670,000. Despite record revenues the CEO of Microsoft was hit for... 

  • Dear Bill my old friend...

    ...great to see you topping the list of richest Americans for the 17th year in a row. Must be very satisfying keeping your old rival Larry in third. An estimated fortune of $54bn, according to the Forbes poll, means it's going to be yet another good ... 

  • As one case closes another begins

    The decision by NetApp and Oracle to can a legal dispute that has been rumbling on for a decade comes just hot on the heels of the move by HP to sue over the appointment of its former CEO Mark Hurd. The reason these things are mentioned is that over ... 

  • Blow that whistle to get some extra cash

    If I was to leave an employer under a cloud I wonder if a quick chat with the person responsible for software management could be a wise investment. Imagine if, and this is strictly hypothetical, they said over a couple of beers that they thought tha...