Brian Dooley

Brian Dooley

Author/Analyst/Journalist

Brian J. Dooley is an author/analyst/ journalist with over 30 years' experience in analyzing and writing about technology. He has written 6 books, numerous manuals, 100s of reports and 1000+ features.

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Data Lake, Management Miasma | Cutter Consortium

Data Lake, Management Miasma | Cutter Consortium

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The Internet of Things and the Gamification of Ordinary Life | Cutter Consortium

The Internet of Things and the Gamification of Ordi...

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Agile Lifecycles, Fragile Expectations | Cutter Consortium

Agile Lifecycles, Fragile Expectations | Cutter Con...

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Big Data Analytics Solutions » The Cutter Blog

Today's discussions of Big Data analytics almost invariably center on Hadoop, which includes a set of complementary solutions that aid in the development, management, and deployment of very large d...

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Devops Implementation Goals » The Cutter Blog

Devops has only been around for a brief few years, and it is already having a significant impact throughout the development community. While there are those who might view the integration of develo...

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The New Normal: The Intersection Between Agility and Mobility ...

The development of agility is part of the changing infrastructure of IT in general, in which entrenched monolithic views of information processing give way to a vision of multiple users, multiple d...

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Understanding Resilience » The Cutter Blog

A resilient organization aligns its strategy, operations, management systems, governance structure, and decision support capabilities so that it can adjust to continually changing risks, rebound fr...

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What Does SoLoMo Mean to the Enterprise? » The Cutter Blog

Social networking, mobility, and analytics are among the key topics for the enterprise today, as companies attempt to leverage social networks for insights, provide on-the-road access to data, and ...

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Agile Development Requires Agile Staffing

The impacts of the growing agility requirements within staffing cross a broad territory, currently limited only by the relatively small number of individuals involved. However, these impacts will continue and likely grow in importance as Agile principles become prevalent. Some potential issues and needs to look out for include: Revising...

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The Evolving Science of Computational Creativity

Innovation has become accepted as central to competitiveness in today’s world, both in new product development and in enhancement of internal processes. Companies struggle with innovation, and there have been numerous attempts to regularize and program it. But the development of truly breakthrough ideas is difficult, and recognizing them when...

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The Importance of Cross-Training

Cross-training reduces reliance on individual experts and extends a firm’s capabilities without hiring externally. A single specialist can become a bottleneck in a business process simply because he or she is the only person with a necessary skill. This is evident in areas such as software development where the idea...

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Who Is the Product Owner?

For a rapidly evolving role, the basic requirements of product ownership are somewhat ill-defined. The role was developed initially in Scrum, which has become the most widely used and recognized component of Agile development. But the concept is close to the chief engineer in Lean engineering as well as similar...