John Lettice

Failed Windows XP Upgrade Downs 60,000 UK Govt PCs

Most of the desktop computers in the UKs Department for Work and Pensions were paralyzed for four days on Monday, when a failed upgrade took them offline. The outage,...

3GSM 2004: Whither the Battle of Smart Phones?

Quite a few dogs failed to bark at 3GSM in Cannes this week, and some of those that did emitted a strange yelp rather than the throatier vulpine sound...

(Not) Making the Connection at 3GSM

Some people would have you believe that 3GSM World Congress 2004 in Cannes that just ended was the crowning moment when 3G really started to take off. But dont...

3G: Which Comes First, the Handsets or the Services?

The old blame game surfaced at the 3GSM World Congress when Vodafone CEO Arun Sarin claimed it was all the handset manufacturers fault. The networks are ready and raring...

Who Truly Owns Symbian?

At the 3GSM World Congress this week Symbian CEO David Levin worked hard to counter the general impression that his company is either a wholly owned subsidiary of Nokia...

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Deloitte’s David Linthicum on Supercloud

I spoke with David Linthicum, Chief Cloud Strategy Officer at Deloitte Consulting, about supercloud technology, and how companies can navigate the cloud skills gap. Among...

eWEEK TweetChat, October 18: Optimizing Your Data Analytics Practice

On Tuesday, Oct. 18, at 11 AM PT, @eWEEKNews will host its monthly #eWEEKChat. The topic will be Optimizing Your Data Analytics Practice, and...

Remote IT Monitoring Product Review: RF Code Sentry

Earlier this year, I interviewed Jonathan Guy, VP of Engineering for RF Code regarding its new Sentry product, which promises to make management of...

ServiceNow’s Dave Wright on the Future of IT Operations Management

I spoke with Dave Wright, Chief Innovation Officer at ServiceNow, about the future of enterprise IT, the pain points he’s hearing from his enterprise...

Executive Spotlight: Alan Peacock, GM of Delivery and Operations, IBM Cloud

When it comes to financial industry technologies and challenges, Alan Peacock has witnessed and worked with far more than most people. After graduating from college...