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Moodle on Amazon Web Services

Thursday, July 17th, 2008

Digital Chalk recently announced integration of Moodle with AWS.  Moodle is an open source Learning Management System (LMS) that is registered with almost 40,000 sites and has over 15 million users.   Many  Universities currently use Moodle as their primary LMS.  Moodle is also used by quite a few service training delivery providers.  Combining Moodle [...]

IT Management Podcast #10 – Tivoli and the Little 3

Friday, April 18th, 2008

We finally made it to podcast #10. A lot of Tivoli talk on this one however we did talk a little about my best friends on the west coats Groundworks. It all about revue baby revenue. I hope you enjoy. IT Management Podcast #10 – Tivoli and the Little 3

Mark Hinkle on Open Source Systems Management

Monday, April 14th, 2008

Mark has written a great article for Linux Today summarizing some of the open source activities over the last few weeks.  He gives a little history of the “Little 4″ and he also does a good job summarizing some of the recent Gartner analalysis on Microsoft and open source. The Little “3″ of Open Source [...]

Seven Core Competencies for Enterprise Innovation

Thursday, February 28th, 2008

I am in the process of completing a 25-page white paper that describes the seven technologies that are going to disrupt legacy enterprise IT. Here is a list of the seven technologies discussed in the paper: Content Management Systems Cloud Computing Semantic Web Enterprise Search Enterprise Social Networking Work-Place Wiki’s Open Education For more information [...]

ThemeRiver Visualization

Tuesday, February 26th, 2008

I came across this interesting prototype this morning. I have not seen this type of chart used in any ESM analytics, but it seems like it could be used for some interesting analysis. For the original article see …

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