Monthly Archives: May 2012

6 challenges your Operational Intelligence solution should address but doesn’t. Part 3

In this six part series, we explore how Operational Intelligence Centre (OIC) implementations can be complex and often fail to address the challenges they initially set out to solve. Here are our 6 top OIC challenges: Complex Business Processes Vendor … Continue reading

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Revision #2679 (‘Euphorbus’)

The latest release ‘Euphorbus’ resolves a number of minor issues and introduces a few refinements to improve the look and feel of the Widget Editor – which we’re in the process of rebranding ‘Builder’. Minor changes: An issue regarding shared … Continue reading

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6 challenges your Operational Intelligence solution should address but doesn’t. Part 2

In this six part series, we explore how Operational Intelligence Centre (OIC) implementations can be complex and often fail to address the challenges they initially set out to solve. Here are our 6 top OIC challenges: Complex Business Processes Vendor … Continue reading

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6 challenges your Operational Intelligence solution should address but doesn’t. Part 1

In this six part series, we explore how Operational Intelligence Centre (OIC) implementations can be complex and often fail to address the challenges they initially set out to solve. Here are our 6 top OIC challenges: Complex Business Processes Vendor … Continue reading

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Revision #2515 (‘Sarpedon’)

This weeks release ‘Sarpendon’ has a host of refinements to the platform, keeping you better informed about what’s occurring on the platform and to make the introduction process to new users as straighforward and interactive as possible. Major Update: A … Continue reading

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Revision #2495 (‘Agenor’)

Another jam packed week here at Sabisu, with the focus being on enhancing the Widget Editor, OPCUA integration and further enhancements to Poiltry demo pages. Widget Editor: The new look widget editor is easier to use than ever, with a … Continue reading

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3 things every enterprise IT manager should do #3: Honestly assess your product/market fit

And so to our final instalment of ‘let’s change enterprise IT’ series. As with parts #1 and #2, we think these lessons from startup land could lead to a step-change in enterprise IT capability, even if they feel a bit … Continue reading

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Next generation Asset Management: See collaboration in action with the Sabisu demonstration

This week we’ve added an Asset Management demo suite, so we thought we’d walk you through it. If you’re not registered on the platform, head over to http://www.sabisu.co and fill in the form on the front page. When you log in, join … Continue reading

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3 things every corporate IT manager should do #2: Radical desegregation

Following on from our controversial advice to ‘cancel all your projects‘ our next insight from the world of the lean startup is surely somewhat mundane…so mundane I can hardly bring myself to write it; Create a startup environment. Managers, abandon … Continue reading

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Next generation project intelligence: A tour through Sabisu’s demonstration

This week we’ve updated our project intelligence demo suite, so we thought we’d walk you through it. If you’re not registered on the platform, head over to http://www.sabisu.co and fill in the form on the front page. When you log … Continue reading

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