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Will the silos be brought down by guerrillas?

Will the silos be brought down by guerrillas?

Written by on May 22, 2015 in Opinion with 0 Comments

When you hear sentences like ‘the problem is that Marketing is using MicroStrategy and IT is using SAS,’ your first thought is probably ‘Uh, Oh,’ and your second thought is possibly ‘how on earth are we going to solve the silo situation?’ In domains such as Business Intelligence, this is a serious problem. Not only […]

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It’s time to make worlds collide

It’s time to make worlds collide

Written by on April 23, 2015 in Opinion with 0 Comments

When you hear the term ‘worlds collide’ you imagine a cataclysmic event that changes something forever. However, when applied to the telecoms arena it probably means an agonisingly slow process of change that takes up lots of resources, firstly to line up the two worlds and then push them into each others path. Despite years […]

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Is that the sound of silos crumbling, or the whole structure collapsing?

Is that the sound of silos crumbling, or the whole structure collapsing?

Written by on May 15, 2014 in BillingViews, News with 0 Comments

For many years, we have been rude about – or laughed about – the relationship between Engineering and IT. For many it was absurd to think they worked for the same company. The battles were bitter and turf was defended aggressively. This is still the case. If you ask an engineer or an IT operative […]

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