Monday, February 18, 2019
What is Low Code all about?

Dan Juengst on Low Code development

Shortly before his move from OutSystems to VMware earlier this year, Enterprise Times talked to Dan Juengst about Low Code environments. We asked Juengst what low code was all about. He said...
JR Rivers talks about the evolution of networking

JR Rivers talks about the evolution of the network

Enterprise Times sat down with JR Rivers, Co-Founder and CTO of Cumulus Networks to talk about networking. It's a challenging part of the IT stack that has probably evolved far more than...
Dr Nicole Forsgren talks about DevOps

Dr Nicole Forsgren talks about DevOps

At the DevOps World and Jenkins World conference a few months ago, Enterprise Times was lucky enough to get a few minutes to talk with Dr Nicole Forsgren, CEO and Chief...
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FinancialForce CTO talks about the future

Enterprise Times sat down with Andy Fawcett at the FinancialForce Community Live event in Las Vegas recently.  We spoke about the importance of API's to FinancialForce. He also spoke about the...
Rob Norris talks about Fujitsu's security ambitions

Rob Norris talks about Fujitsu and cybersecurity

Enterprise Times sat down with Rob Norris, VP Head of Enterprise & Cyber Security EMEIA at Fujitsu recently to talk about cybersecurity. Norris has been involved with cybersecurity for a long...
The challenge of identity management

Ira Goldstein on the challenges in identity management

Enterprise Times spent two days at Cyber Security Connect in Monaco. During the conference, we had an opportunity to talk to Ira Goldstein, Senior Vice President of Corporate Development at the...
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How do you achieve 98% customer satisfaction

At Workday Rising in Barcelona, ET spoke to Karen Minicozzi, Vice President, Pre-sales, Workday. Workday had just completed its annual survey and revealed a 98% customer satisfaction rating. We talked about how...
Dave van Everen talks Edge Computing

Dave van Everen talks edge computing

At the OpenStack Summit in Berlin, Enterprise Times sat with Dave van Everen, Senior Vice President at Mirantis to talk about Edge Computing, containers and new architectures. Van Everen talked about...
Jorge Ferrer on open source, community vs enterprise and UX

Jorge Ferrer on open source, community vs enterprise and UX

Vice President of Engineering at Liferay, Jorge Ferrer, talks to Enterprise Times about managing open source relationships and UX. Many companies are looking at the benefits of open source but struggle to...

James Spiteri on why security teams need Elastic Search

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