CTO hot take from AWS re:Invent 2018

As the DMW Group team jet back from AWS re:invent, Amazon Web Services major cloud technology event in the states, we offer their technical take on the keynote by AWS CTO Werner Vogel’s key announcements and themes.

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The Cloud Brick Wall, Part 2 of 3

The Cloud Brick Wall is large, and forbidding, but in our first blog article from Konrad Petrusewicz we have already covered how to start making progress by understanding the estate you want to migrate from traditional data centres to the Cloud. Next come two more key elements: developing tooling and building a migration pipeline.

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AWS re:Invent 2018 Keynote Hot Take

DMW are at AWS re:Invent 2018, the leading cloud technology event from Amazon Web Services in Las Vegas this week. Here’s our take on all the announcements you may be reading about, distilled by our esteemed technical principal Marius Rubin: 

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The Cloud Brick Wall, Part 1 of 3

The Cloud Brick Wall is approaching. In this 3-part series of blog articles Konrad Petrusewicz maps out how to break through the brick wall more of us are facing when tackling the heady task of migrating from traditional data centres to the Cloud.

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Will automation close or widen the diversity gap?

As automation and the so called ‘Industrial Revolution 4.0’ approaches it is important we understand how this aligns with goals for gender parity. With advances in technology looking to replace jobs, what effect will this change have on the diversity gap?

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Taking control of your IoT?

A quick look at the multi-faceted approach to an ‘IoT offering’ that VMWare presented at VMWare 2016, which moves them out of their usual infrastructure-heavy product/service focus.

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DMW is live on G-Cloud 8

DMW selected again as an approved supplier of “Specialist Cloud Services” on the G-Cloud 8 Digital Marketplace for public sector.

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Making Mistakes Matters Pt. 4

The last of four articles on why we need to change our attitude towards failure. This final article focuses on the personal characteristics of ‘grit’ and mindset.

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Making Mistakes Matters Pt. 3

The third of four articles celebrating the launch of our new book Enabling Genius: a mindset for success in the 21st century. This article focuses on the personal and organisational benefits of flow.

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Taking the digital plunge: transformation without tears

Taking advantage of the opportunities of digital transformation involves much more than hardware and software. It’s also about people, processes and testing. DMW’s Jonathan Bell took part in a hosted round table event to discuss the key issues you need to consider as you transform your business.

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Making Mistakes Matters Pt. 2

The second of four articles examines why successful people are characterised by how they deal with failure. It discusses the organisational benefits of learning from failure.

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Making Mistakes Matters

Simon Williams is publishing a new book. To celebrate, this is the first of four articles examining why successful people are characterised by how they deal with failure. It discusses arguably the greatest contributor to human progress, the scientific process.

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Data Centre Strategy Development

Failure to align your data centre and business strategies risks more than running out of power or capacity – making the wrong design or sourcing decisions could prevent your organisation achieving its corporate objectives.

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Simplify don’t amplify

Is your IT delivery organisation too complex and process heavy? Do you wish you had an Agile delivery method as nimble as the name suggests?

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Technology Digest

We take look at what’s going on around our industry including how HP is re-inventing itself to fit in with the diversity of the consumer and enterprise markets.

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Green IT survey

IT managers are unaware of the impact that technology has on their firm’s carbon footprint.

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