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Oct

Breaking down the Chinese Walls: Intergen + SharePoint 2010, better together

At Intergen we pride ourselves on working with technology VERY early in the product lifecycle. Most of the time this is under NDA and, as such we can't share it with our customers. In some cases we actually need to implement Chinese Walls , such that we restrict knowledge of certain projects even amongst our staff. This sort of approach is quite prevalent among other professional services businesses, such as legal and accountancy firms, but it's a rarer occurrence in the IT business. ... read full post

Posted by:  Chris Auld , Chief Technology Officer, Executive Director |  20 October 2009

SharePoint 2010, SharePoint Conference


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24

Aug

Architecting and developing for Windows Azure

When people tell me I’ve got my head in the cloud(s), it’s a pretty fair accusation. Actually, I take it as a compliment. ... read full post

Posted by:  Chris Auld , Chief Technology Officer, Executive Director |  24 August 2009

Windows Azure, Microsoft Professional Developers Conference, PDC


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04

Aug

Proper prior preparation, planning and procedure prevents poor performance

I missed the New Zealand vs South Africa Rugby game in the weekend. To be frank, under most circumstances it wouldn’t have been a bad game to have missed but I had been talking it up so much with the ex-pat South African manager of the lodge I’m staying at in Zambia that turning up right on the full-time whistle was more than a little embarrassing. However the funniest part of the whole debacle and the part that I hope that you, dear reader, might take some value from is how I missed the game in the first place. ... read full post

Posted by:  Chris Auld , Chief Technology Officer, Executive Director |  04 August 2009

TechEd, SharePoint, Dynamics CRM, K2 BlackPoint


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19

May

Elasticity is the key for Cloud early adopters

I’ve been spending a bunch of time of late thinking, working and talking about Cloud Computing platforms. There’s plenty of smoke and even a little fire too. If you’ve been listening to the IT media for the past 12 months, Cloud Computing means many things to many different people, but I tend to list three key attributes of most Cloud Platforms: ... read full post

Posted by:  Chris Auld , Chief Technology Officer, Executive Director |  19 May 2009

SaaS, Azure, Cloud Computing, Cloud Platform


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