Category: Features

Nate Lindstrom talks DNS and traffic management

Nate Lindstrom of NS1 recently sat down with Enterprise Times to talk about DNS and intelligent traffic routing. The conversation took place at NS1’s office in San Francisco and covered the role of DNS, security and why companies need to take DNS more seriously. Improving performance as we move to cloud is critical. Users have…

Rethinking cloud with Brad Schick

At IBM InterConnect, Brad Schick, CTO, Skytap sat down with Enterprise Times  and talked about cloud on AIX. It has been two years since IBM launched the POWER8 processor and made x86 its primary target. In all the attention that the Power Systems team has had, AIX has almost become the forgotten operating system. The sales…

Denis Kennelly talks about Watson for Cyber Security

Denis Kennelly, Chief Product Officer, IBM Security recently sat down with Enterprise Times to update us on what was happening with IBM Watson for Cyber Security. The product recently moved from research to general availability and we were interested in what it was doing and what problems it was addressing., One area where there is…

Tony Tam talks API’s with a Swagger

Tony Tam, Vice President of Products, Swagger met up with Enterprise Times recently to talk about APIs and Swagger. Tam describes Swagger as an Integrated Developer Language (IDL) for APIs. There is a lot talked about how the future of IT and particularly software development is all about APIs. One thing that many vendors are…

Tim Rawlins talks about cybersecurity

Enterprise Times recently caught up with Tim Rawlins, Senior Advisor and Director, NCC Group. We sat and talked about the state of cyber security, the problems of staff retention and threat intelligence. Rawlins accepts that there is a major problem across the industry when it comes to attracting and retaining staff. Interestingly, rather than over…

Abby Kearns talks about Cloud Foundry

Enterprise TImes caught up with Abby Kearns, Executive Director, Cloud Foundry Foundation at IBM InterConnect in Las Vegas. In our conversation Kearns explained what the Cloud Foundry Foundation was saying: “We protect all of the IP of Cloud Foundry and ensure it has a sustainable ecosystem.” The fact that there are so many users of…

Tech talk with Klaus-Michael Vogelberg, Sage CTO

During the recent Sage Summit at Excel, London I spoke to Klaus-Michael Vogelberg, Chief Technology Officer, Sage.  He is responsible for Sage’s technology strategy and software architecture. Vogelberg joined Sage when it acquired the German KHK Software group in 1997. Having been R&D Director and a partner of that business Vogelberg went on to act as R&D Director…

The need for better healthcare cybersecurity

At the recent HIMMS healthcare conference, Enterprise Times caught up with Nick Coleman, Global Head Cyber Security Intelligence, IBM Security. We wanted to know how enterprise security could be mapped to healthcare. While both have a need to protect data, healthcare is often spread over multiple sites and providers with an expectation of shared data.…

Business Leader Interview Glyn Heath, CEO and Founder Centiq

Glyn Heath is a founder and CEO of Centiq. Centiq is a certified SAP Services partner. Founded in 1998 as an IT Services company they are based in Nottingham, UK. They have delivered SAP HANA consulting services for more than six years and maintain more than 120 live production instances for customers with more than…

Does an ERP solution improve the quality of your beer?

Fuller’s, one of the oldest surviving breweries in London, is welcoming in the digital age with the help of Infor. They are implementing Infor CloudSuite Food & Beverage as a cloud based solution. They will also implement several other Infor solutions alongside this. Brewing is one of the oldest crafts in the world. The earliest evidence…