Profile of Peter WaterhouseSenior Technical Marketing Advisor, CA Technologies
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Peter Waterhouse is a senior technical marketing advisor for CA Technologies' strategic alliance, service providers, cloud, and industry solutions businesses.
Articles by Peter Waterhouse
We need to start thinking differently about software development.
These five elements can reduce the technical debt that builds up when rotten code and bad practices get into your systems.
DevOps and pit crews both rely on speedy teamwork, but share a fine line between winning and stalling.
Stop measuring BYOD benefits with empty elixirs like employee productivity and happiness.
Companies like Atari and Pan Am featured in the movie Blade Runner were considered cursed, but today's companies face a very real curse -- their own digital inertia.
With the Internet of Things, sensors and telematics don't mean much if they're not helping disrupt traditional business models.
IoT scenarios that appear consumer-centric and disposable hold broad business opportunities.
IT teams often coast on "feel-good" technology diagnostics that don't affect the bottom line.
For an IoT world to be a lucrative world, it needs to be a fun and rewarding. Here's how businesses can learn to play.
CIOs are in a race against time as their businesses become more mobile and digital. Here are ways to manage the clock.
Similar to the Star Trek baddie, CIOs are awakening to an advanced world where they have the intellect to thrive. But remember: Khan was destroyed by ego.
Use the DevOps method to stamp out the toxically wasteful activity holding your business back.
Tapping into developer talent at a hackathon should be fun, but don't lose sight of the potential business benefits.
It sounds crazy, but CIOs can learn a lot from David Beckham's unique soccer and marketing skills.
DevOps is a technology movement for hipsters and your company doesn't need to worry about it, right? Right?
Consider these ideas for CIOs who think they have everything. These gifts may just keep on giving.
At Mobile World Congress, you can stand out for the wrong reasons, just like a dud mobile app in an app store. Consider these steps when creating a praise-worthy business app.
Mobile health apps and wearables on display at MWC are cool and beneficial, but privacy issues lie in wait.
In a mobile business, it's not enough to be resilient against unexpected problems -- you need to always be testing for failure.
Nothing is as powerful as a successful BYOD program, but that power becomes toxic when BYOD is treated as a cosmetic fix.
The amount of jargon and tech clutter has reached critical mass. Follow these rules to determine what any IT term really means to the business.
Hiring the enterprise IT talent needed to speed innovation will only get harder. Perhaps it's time to partner with independent developers.
In the digital age, if you persist with an inflexible IT strategy until something breaks, your business could break.
Great mobile apps are like great cocktails. They should be easy to make, delicious to consume, and have your customers coming back for more.
Success in the Internet of Things era will depend on gathering intelligence within a thriving ecosystem and, of course, being cool.
The crowd now has the power and IT can no longer dictate how customers interact with a business. Here are tips for joining the sharing revolution.
Cloud providers deliver great infrastructure and applications, but they are not in charge of the entire customer experience. That job still belongs to IT.
Smart IT pros will apply the rules from the movie "Fight Club" to discussions with business colleagues. First rule: You do not talk about disruptive technologies.