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Mike Lynch, CEO of Autonomy on the next information revolution
November 10, 2011 01:32 AM PST

Mike Lynch, CEO of Autonomy says it is no longer feasible to move information into a database: "You need to translate information in real time." Speaking at a packed session titled "The biggest transition in the history of IT" at the Gartner ITxpo in Barcelona, Lynch, said, "Rich media will become commonplace. It is not only about text. Communication by video is just as important as communicating by text."

Peter Ayliffe, CEO of Visa Europe on why IT matters
November 09, 2011 06:44 AM PST

In this interview from the Gartner ITxpo 2011 in Barcelona, Peter Ayliffe, president and CEO of Visa Europe, discusses why he trusts his CIO, Steve Chambers.

Interview: Gerry Pennell, CIO Olympics
November 08, 2011 06:08 AM PST

At the Gartner ITxpo 2011 in Barcelona, Gerry Pennell, CIO of the London Organising Committee of the Olympic Games answers a question from Gartner's Dave Aron about the similarities between outsourcing and the IT team for the Olympics.

Paul Maritz keynote: CEO of VMware pushes cloud computing era at VMworld Copenhagen
October 20, 2011 03:19 AM PDT
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In his keynote presentation, Paul Maritz, chief executive office at VMware, said, “One of the ways to categorise computing is the type of application. In the cloud, we are seeing the emergence of a new type of applications, which cannot cannot be done on a traditional RDBMS.” Maritiz describes this new type of application architecture as a computing fabric, built on top of a virtual server environment.

March 02, 2011 05:03 AM PST

Art Coviello, executive chairman at RSA, explains the reason for moving Tom Heiser into his former role of president and details what his new role will be within EMC and its RSA security division.

Dell adds X Factor to jazz up corporate laptops
February 07, 2011 08:48 AM PST

In this podcast, Kirk Schell, executive director for Dell's business PC range, speaks to Cliff Saran from ComputerWeekly.com about the changing personality of the business PC and laptop.

Why IT must understand Facebook
February 01, 2011 03:57 AM PST
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More marketing is being done digitally. It is very hard to measure its output and success. "You need tools to take the data and bring it into one place, to satisfy marketing and finance departments," says Brian Franz, CIO, Diageo. In this podcast he speaks about how IT captured the data from 200 million Facebook interactions, which occured during the Smirnoff Nightlife Exchange online event.

Understanding supply demand forecasting
February 01, 2011 03:10 AM PST
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"The barrier is having a process of who you talk to and what is the service level agrements between the sales organisation and supply organisation. It won't work unless you have the right tools," says Brian Franz, CIO, Diageo speaking at the Gartner Business Intelligence Summit 2011.

Running IT efficiently at Diageo
February 01, 2011 02:10 AM PST
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In this podcast, Brian Franz, CIO at Diageo, explains how he achieves a variable cost structure for IT, using outsourcing and running global business processes.

How IT helps Diageo make its customers happy
February 01, 2011 01:48 AM PST
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In this podcast, from the Gartner Business Intelligence Summit 2011, Brian Franz, CIO at Diageo speaks about the company's global IT operating model and how it relates to Diageo customers. "We want to make them happy, repeat customers and feel good about our proiducts and brands relating to tehir lifestyle."

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