Terry Brown

Terry is an experienced product management and marketing professional having worked for technology based companies for over 30 years, in different industries including; Telecoms, IT Service Management (ITSM), Managed Service Providers (MSP), Enterprise Security, Business Intelligence (BI) and Healthcare. He has extensive experience defining and driving marketing strategy to align and support the sales process. He is also a fan of craft beer and Lotus cars.

Latest from Terry Brown

  • DevOps vs Agile or DevOps and Agile?

    DevOps vs Agile or DevOps and Agile?

    The difference between DevOps and Agile? What’s the difference between Agile and DevOps? This is a commonly heard question, and yet not a very useful one. It is not helpful to present it as DevOps vs Agile, as if these were competing companies, and a customer could only buy one of them. Instead, there is
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  • The Importance of Information and Communication Technology (ICT)

    The Importance of Information and Communication Technology (ICT)

    Information and Communication Technology (ICT) is a blanket term encompassing all the technologies and services involved in computing, data management, telecommunications provision, and the internet. These technologies all deal with the transmission and reception of information of some kind. ICT permeates all aspects of life, providing newer, better, and quicker ways for people to interact,
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  • What Is Assistive Technology?

    What Is Assistive Technology?

    What is assistive technology? The term “assistive technology” refers to devices or systems – hardware, software, and other services – that help maintain or improve a person’s ability to do things in everyday life, such as communicate, learn, type, write, pick up things, move around, and many other things. In particular, assistive technology usually refers
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  • What Is Information Technology? A Story of Evolution

    What Is Information Technology? A Story of Evolution

    What is information technology? It’s just computers, right? Well, yes, it is computers – but that hardly serves as a valuable definition. Information Technology (IT) refers to a spectrum of technologies, including software, hardware, communications technologies, and related services, used to create, process, store, secure, and exchange data.  But this modern-day spectrum hasn’t just appeared
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  • What Is Artificial Intelligence Engineering? Prospects, Opportunities, and Career Outlooks

    What Is Artificial Intelligence Engineering? Prospects, Opportunities, and Career Outlooks

    Research conducted by Gartner suggests that artificial intelligence or AI will create a business value of US $3.9 trillion by 2022. What’s more, artificial intelligence is expected to be the most disruptive technology category for the next decade, due to advances in computing power, capacity, speed, and data diversity, along with the further evolution of
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  • Impact of AI in Supply Chain Management

    Impact of AI in Supply Chain Management

    Artificial intelligence (AI) in supply chain management is no longer about a future promise. There may be some variations in adoption across industries, but the technology is having a significant impact on how companies operate today. That’s the broad conclusion from KPMG’s 2020 Living in an AI World study. But is it possible to quantify
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  • A Look at Technical Debt

    A Look at Technical Debt

    The trade-off required between delivering perfect products and meeting tight deadlines makes the issue of technical debt particularly relevant to software and system developers. Yet this issue is often shifted to the back burner. Why? Because addressing it rarely fulfills an urgent business need. What’s more – and especially for cases that aren’t urgent –
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  • What Is Human Resource Planning?

    What Is Human Resource Planning?

    Organizations seeking to assess and align their human capital with their business strategy rely on a range of metrics – such as recruitment, compensation, composition, turnover, culture engagement, etc. – as part of a strategic human resource planning (HRP) process. In recent times, investor groups with over $14 trillion in assets under management have been
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