Category Archives: Head Space

When the going gets tough, the tough innovate.

(Stephen Parker, Senior Industry Evangelist, 1visionOT) It’s only a few years since “Cloud”, Big Data” and “Mobile” seemed like the bright shiny things. Now they are just mainstream with most of the major vendors trumpeting their current leadership or planned … Continue reading

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The 20 Habits of Brilliant Presenters

(Stephen Parker, Senior Industry Evangelist) Presenting can be exhilarating, but it can also be the stuff of nightmares. The pleasure of sharing ideas and seeing the light bulbs go off in the audience as the message lands can quickly be … Continue reading

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IT world splitting apart–value creation or damage limitation?

Within days of each other two of the IT industry heavy weights have announced that they are splitting their business down the middle: HP split into Enterprise and Personal businesses(http://h30261.www3.hp.com/phoenix.zhtml?c=71087&p=irol-newsArticle&ID=1974154) Symantec split along Information management and Information security lines http://investor.symantec.com/investor-relations/press-releases/press-release-details/2014/Symantec-Announces-New-Strategy-to-Fuel-Growth-and-Plans-to-Separate-into-Two-Public-Industry-Leading-Technology-Companies/default.aspx) … Continue reading

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Microsoft Windows Search Filter Host – High CPU on Windows 8 – FIXED (Look at your PDF iFilter)

If you don’t want to read any of this article and just want to fix the problem that I found: It turned out to be a problem with the iFilter for PDFs within Microsoft Windows Search Filter Host specifically 64 … Continue reading

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Disruption in IT – is it really as disruptive as we think?

I have spent my IT career doing the odd stuff, working on projects that were considered strange and not mainstream and working for companies that have been working in “new” areas.  It has been fun and I have enjoyed being … Continue reading

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