Diego Lo Giudice

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LinkedIn Has Not Given Up On The China Market

Xiaofeng Wang 5 days ago
On October 14, 2021, Mohak Shroff, senior vice president of engineering at LinkedIn, published a blog post: China: Sunset of Localized Version of LinkedIn and Launch of New InJobs App Later This Year. It triggered multiple follow-up reports from major media outlets, with titles containing words like: LinkedIn to Shut Down Service in China Microsoft […]
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Three Trends Transforming The Video Game Market

William McKeon-White September 20, 2021
Over the past year and a half, we’ve been building out our coverage of the video game market, specifically on how enterprises can model their strategies to take advantage of innovation (see Level Up Your Cloud Strategy With Video Game Innovation and Lessons From Gaming: Lead With Cloud, Continuous Improvement, And Innovation). From this research, […]
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Meet The New Demand For Creativity With AI

Diego Lo Giudice September 2, 2021
Will all of the digital urgency brought about by the pandemic disappear? Learn how AI can help drive creativity and innovation in your organization.
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Prepare For AI That Learns To Code Your Enterprise Applications (Part 3)

Diego Lo Giudice August 27, 2021
Get Ready To Work With TuringBots: The Time Is Now  Enterprise TuringBots are an imaginary but realistic future we’re painting based on what we know today. There is solid prior art proving it. To see our definition on TuringBots, read our first and second blog of this series. In a Forrester webinar back in September […]
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The Tech Council Of Australia Brings The Digital Generation To The Policy Forefront

Michael Barnes August 18, 2021
Technology is central to nearly every aspect of our lives — even more so in the post-COVID world we’re all stumbling towards. For individuals, it’s the key to maintaining connections with family and friends. For employees, it’s the basis for communication, collaboration, and productivity. For many organizations, it’s currently the only way to engage with […]
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The Forrester Wave™: Continuous Automation And Testing Services, Q3 2021 — A Comparison Of 15 Global Players

Diego Lo Giudice July 23, 2021
Future fit organizations are quickly adopting hybrid and native clouds, automating wherever possible, and bringing their agile and DevOps practices to a more mature and broader level. At the same time, testing tools, testing practices, and testing software IP developed by vendors have all increased the infusion of AI. The consequence is that ruthless or […]
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Prepare For AI That Learns To Code Your Enterprise Applications (Part 2)

Diego Lo Giudice July 8, 2021
The future of work for application development and delivery professionals will look very different. Learn how to prepare for it today.
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Revenge Of The SaaS: Mandiant Uses Services To Escape FireEye

Jeff Pollard June 3, 2021
Revenge Of The SaaS: Mandiant Dumps FEYE In a cybersecurity divorce that had fewer leading indicators than the dissolution of Kim and Kanye, Mandiant has finally untangled itself from FireEye (FEYE) by selling the product portion of the firm to Symphony Technology Group (STG) for $1.2 billion. FireEye’s history as the most “almost acquired vendor” […]
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Inspire Trust With Robust, Well-Tested AI-Infused Applications

Diego Lo Giudice May 27, 2021
Software takes part in almost everything we do, and yes, we do trust that it works! OK, sometimes it fails and it drives us nuts, but in most cases, it does what we expect it to do. How have we learned to trust that software works? Through positive experiences with software that meets our expectations. […]
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Debunking Infosec Purity And Other Security Myths In The Wake Of Recent Attacks

Sandy Carielli May 21, 2021
Earlier this week, an op-ed published on The Hill sent information security (infosec) Twitter into a tizzy by blaming cybersecurity industry best practices for recent high-profile security breaches. For the security team at Forrester, the op-ed furthered a number of security myths that we felt compelled to bust here. Myth #1: The Best Infosec Pros […]
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National Poetry Month And The Case For Whimsy In Security & Risk

Sandy Carielli April 5, 2021
We all need a bit of whimsy in our lives. This is not just an excuse for a whimsical blog post, though there is that. Whimsy and laughter build bridges. And in the security world, where empathy is a critical resource, whimsy can be a first and recurring step in connecting with the teams outside […]
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Prepare For AI That Learns To Code Your Enterprise Applications (Part 1)

Diego Lo Giudice March 18, 2021
Software Development, Past And Present Shortfalls As digital accelerates, so does the demand for business applications. And the complexity of building business applications is growing, despite all the innovations we’ve created during the past 20 years. Decision-makers have tried leveraging prepackaged business apps on-premises and now also in the cloud — only to find they […]
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Make Agile A Stepping Stone Toward Future Fit Adaptability

Diego Lo Giudice March 17, 2021
Being adaptive is one of three core competencies of what Forrester calls a future fit organization. Let’s explore how to reach adaptability and help you deal with the unknown, drive organizational flexibility, and react to rapid change.
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Voulez-Vous Parler Social Networks’ Content Moderation Policies?

Jessica Liu January 15, 2021
My father told me once, “If you see something wrong happening in the world, you can either do nothing, or you can do something.” And I already tried nothing. — Steve Trevor, Wonder Woman Social networks, tech vendors ingesting social data, and brands running social listening practices might all be wondering the same thing right […]
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The SolarWinds And US Government Breach Is Not A Marketing Opportunity

Jeff Pollard December 14, 2020
The size and scope of SolarWinds as an IT software provider and the nature of the breach announced on December 13 rocked the IT and security world — rightfully so. We’ve provided immediate, actionable advice for security and risk pros and IT leaders in our report here. While security leaders guide their companies to respond, […]
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COVID Drives M&A Activity In DevOps And IT Management

Sandy Carielli December 4, 2020
Learn how the pandemic's increased uncertainty and volatility has produced some attractive M&A opportunities in DevOps and IT Management.
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The Promise (And Perils) Of Customer-Focused Government Technology Transformation

Dan Bieler October 16, 2020
Technology transformation is a fundamental lever to change the working of government overall.
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How To Build A Sustainable, Future-Proof Agile Delivery Organization

Diego Lo Giudice October 1, 2020
After completing my computer science degree, I started working with Olivetti back in the ’80s. That was 20 years after the glorious Ing. C. Olivetti invented the world’s first personal computer (which very few know about). This clearly changed widespread perception of computers as these dangerous monsters occupying huge rooms that you would rather stay […]
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Best Practices For Tech Transformation In Government

Dan Bieler September 29, 2020
Technology transformation is a fundamental pillar for reforming the overall workings of government.
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Rotten Phish Spoils Employee Experience

Jinan Budge September 24, 2020
When our colleagues Claire O’Malley and Brian Kime wrote their “Point/Counterpoint: The Ethics Of COVID-19 Phishing” blog in March, it turns out they were inadvertently predicting an event that took place this week: An employee took to social media to speak out about a highly insensitive phishing simulation. Tribune Publishing Company, publisher of newspapers like […]
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