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(21 minutes) Don't confuse your personal digital experience with business. Your personal experience of the worlds of technology toys, tech bling, and personal computing do not tell us about how the world of business will change in response to technology. When we talk about the impact of technology on business can we please talk about business. What…
 
In this fifth episode of RealIT Radio we look at the most findamental problem facing IT today: Governance of IT... or rather the lack of it. (30 minutes) Here is the podcast: RealIT Radio Episode 5 Or on Soundcloud Follow me on Twitter @theitskeptic Or on the blog www.itskeptic.org. Links to RealIT Radio from there. Subscribe to the RealIT Radio po…
 
In the fourth episode of RealIT Radio I talk about my pet hate: technology - why it's overrated, overvalued, under-estimated. (30 minutes) Here is the podcast: RealIT Radio Episode 4 Or on Soundcloud Follow me on Twitter @theitskeptic Or on the blog www.itskeptic.org. Links to RealIT Radio from there. Subscribe to the RealIT Radio podcast feed here…
 
In the third episode of RealIT Radio we explore the real problem with Real IT - the underpinning cause of so many of our dysfunctions and challenges. Then we look more specifically at IT Service management (ITSM) and the fundamental problem with the ITSM industry, and the main problem with ITSM approach or method. (30 minutes) Here is the podcast: …
 
In this second episode of RealIT Radio we look at the state of today's Real IT - it's overheated. A fixation with novelty and innovation as seemingly the sole sources of business value drives a need for speed that is pushing IT to the edge and putting organisations at risk. (30 minutes) Here is the podcast: RealIT Radio Episode 2 Or on Soundcloud F…
 
Welcome to the first episode of a new series of podcasts from the IT Skeptic in which I introduce the series and pretty much lay out a manifesto for Real IT (30 minutes) Here it is RealIT Radio episode 1 Find me on twitter @theitskeptic or on the IT Skeptic blog at itskeptic.org Notes: IT Skeptic podcasts started in 2006!! The first one is here In …
 
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