exec pal of mine has observed that many IT
shops get stuck in the MUD
these days. MUD
is, of course, an acronym. While I have been known to scramble up on a soapbox to rail against acronyms, this one is pretty clever. MUD
stands for machine under desk.
The pr......Full article >>>
plenty of debate as to what exactly Moore said, but the gist of it is that technology capabilities will double every two years while costs will either hold steady or fall.
His original observations were aimed at transistor capabilities, but the idea applies much more broadly. Not only are boxes getting cheaper as capability rises, but the cost of a smart programmer is going down while th......Full article >>>
r all that distributed computing helps drain some of the MUD
out of the enterprise. But the MUD
remains, not because of technology limitations, but rather because of organizational, interpersonal, and individual capabilities.
Theres no Moores Law for relationships. Every unit of technology capability we add has to be complemented with a set of relatio......Full article >>>
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