Thierry Grenot

Why Are Businesses Still Blocking Access to Social Media?

Thierry Grenot | Posted 08.02.2014 | UK Tech
Thierry Grenot

There are numerous arguments in favour of such actions: a fear of the unknown, a lack of understanding, the concern that employees won't work with online distractions around, and so forth. To some extent, these concerns are valid.

What Can Major Events Like the US Election Tell Us About Our Digital Infrastructure?

Thierry Grenot | Posted 21.01.2013 | UK Tech
Thierry Grenot

For businesses, the dangers of increased and unmanaged traffic levels over corporate networks are immense. Each application running over a network (like Twitter, or videos, or Facebook), drains the network's resources a little.

London Rain, Application Management, and What's Happening on Your Network

Thierry Grenot | Posted 26.12.2012 | UK Tech
Thierry Grenot

This will be a 2-part blog considering the role of tech within small businesses. This week, we'll focus on the importance of having the right tools ...

Shunning Social Media - A New Study of European CIOs

Thierry Grenot | Posted 03.10.2012 | UK Tech
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European CIOs are shunning the benefits of social media for business. I am concerned that as a result, CIOs risk alienating customers, creating ineffective marketing strategies, demotivating staff and eliminating their competitive edge by not embracing social media.

The Double Danger of BYOD

Thierry Grenot | Posted 15.09.2012 | UK Tech
Thierry Grenot

Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) describes the recent trend of employees bringing personally-owned mobile devices to their place of work, and using those devices to access privileged company resources such as email, file servers, and databases.

Why Businesses Need to Monitor and Measure Application Performance

Thierry Grenot | Posted 19.06.2012 | UK
Thierry Grenot

'On a scale of one to 10...' is a classic prompt that has been used to measure just about everything: emotions, the success of a new film or employee performance during reviews. And why not?