"I believe that it is only a matter of time before enterprise software consists of only four types of application: publishing, search, fulfilment and conversation."
" How we can prevent the unintended consequences of walled-garden approaches to content. How we can avoid DRM holding up innovation. Why identity and presence and authentication and permissioning are important. Why emergence theories and “democratized innovation” matter. How we can take advantage of the opportunities that mobile devices offer us."
Great to see a CIO blog
Refreshing to see a taxonomy at much higher level abstraction than current noise around Web 2.0, SOA, SaaS ...
To banks, information is lifeblood and they spend upwards of 10% of revenues on IT. In other sectors, the CIO is lucky to have 1 or 2%. So, he gets to "play" and innovate a lot more. Hopefully, other CIOs will get jealous and find the innovation money by squeezing their utility spend.
In addition to the usual barrage of cold calls, emails, snail mail, golf invitations - he has bravely opened himself to another channel of selling - or at least attempts at selling. I am already scheming!
Great to see a CIO blog.