What an interesting POV, seeing Facebook through the lens of a Public Utility rather than a tech company. It does change some of the outlooks, conversations and questions we ask. Facebook begins to shift from being a free and open platform into a responsible public utility The strengths of social media are also its weaknesses.... Continue Reading →
One of the joys of working with the NZ Public Sector and in our wonderful Capital city is how accessible our government is. Long may it continue. Read more.
Another example of the new Cloud Platform Paradigm changing up the way we think. A sign of the market leaders maturing. The land grab isolationist approach of the start of the new ecosystem is now developing to where the players are seeing the value, to customers and themselves, in collaborative co-opertition. Good to see us... Continue Reading →
Since moving to Microsoft a year ago I have seen the real transformation in our industry; a transformation that is upending how ICT services are procured, provided and utilised. I have also seen the lack of acceptance. The roles of the partner, internal ICT, and business have fundamentally changed. Yet we continue to do what... Continue Reading →
Machine Learning development is not a one off, set and forget, dev exercise. The new paradigm means new BAU business functions. The Machine is Learning and this continues into production. As it learns it's accuracy can degrade and biases can grow. An ongoing monitoring function is a requirement for businesses wanting to leverage the value... Continue Reading →