By Michael Krigsman on January 7, 2010
How does one create small systems that address similar requirements as large ones? It’s a basic matter we need to consider.
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By Michael Krigsman on December 17, 2009
Although geeky eggheads may become enamored by cool technology, real users care about solving practical, day-to-day business problems. We call that adoption.
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By Michael Krigsman on November 16, 2009
Large organizations continue to embrace Enterprise 2.0 as a viable addition to their business process toolbox, however resistance to change remains a challenge.
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By Michael Krigsman on October 9, 2009
Twitter erroneously suspended, and subsequently restored, a prominent researcher’s account two months after he tweeted a security warning intended to inform his audience about an imminent threat.
By Michael Krigsman on October 8, 2009
Software as a service (SaaS) vendor, Workday, which sells human resources applications, recently had a 15-hour outage, during which time its system was unavailable to customers. In an unusual twist, this post is about success and not failure. Background. The story begins when I heard about the outage through an anonymous source. To learn more, […]
By Michael Krigsman on October 3, 2009
Various Google properties seem either down or too slow to be usable right now. These include Google.com search, Wave, Gmail, Apps, FeedBurner, and YouTube.