Facebook IPO – Is it worth $100bn?

The impending IPO of Facebook has got me thinking about whether it’s worth $100bn. There seem to be a variety of views on whether it’s overvalued. Now with the price of the IPO increased again, is it hype around Facebook that’s driving the price or do investors really understand the future opportunities exist.

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Information Age – Social and Enterprise Architecture

I recently presented at an Information Age Event – Social and Mobile Business.

The topic was an interesting one – Enterprise Architecture for the Social Enterprise. Until recently, social media was focused within the marketing department without much interference or input from IT. However, we’re now seeing a lot more thought put to how IT . . . → Read More: Information Age – Social and Enterprise Architecture

Microsoft vs RoW (Rest of the World)

I’ve recently been discussing with clients and prospects around the use of Microsoft vs Everything else technology. Specifically in comparison with ‘open source’ technology. It’s been a revelation for me that Microsoft is prevalent in building internet applications and websites. I’m not against Microsoft technology per se. MS technology is widely used and they have . . . → Read More: Microsoft vs RoW (Rest of the World)

Data, Data Everywhere!

Data is everywhere. Data is being collected through websites, intelligent devices, mobile devices etc etc. Everything we do on any channel is being captured by someone. Content is also being generated in large amounts:

The world is drowning in data. Soon, it’s estimated there will be 1 trillion Internet-connected devices in the world.

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No more IP Addresses – the last of the first generation

It was announced today that the last group of the IP address available on the current internet have been handed out to ISPs.

This is the last batch of 16million addresses, without which your website, connection to facebook, email etc would not work. Even though this allows 4.3billion connections to the internet, we need more!

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