Bradley Shimmin

Bradley Shimmin

Brad has more than 25 years of experience in IT technology, analyzing data and information architectures. He is skilled in competitive market intelligence, technology selection, business development, and quantitative research. He also has experience as an IT professional, business analyst, book author/editor, and high-tech journalist/editor.

Brad helps enterprises and high-tech companies work effectively across a number of market areas, including enterprise data and analytics, artificial intelligence, digital transformation, and DevOps. His expertise also covers market evaluation and go-to-market messaging, and he has a background in software development and database administration.


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Oracle taps into low-code & no-code development to help fight COVID-19

Over the past few months, Oracle has been working overtime to help doctors, researchers, and government agencies fight the COVID-19 pandemic, plying in-house development tools to create and deliver to US physicians an app designed to help identify effective treatments for the virus.

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Domo spreads its wings as a platform provider

Like many technology providers, Domo found itself in the unenviable position of having to cancel its annual customer event, Domopalooza, which was scheduled for mid-March in Salt Lake City, Utah in the US. However, rather than pushing the show forward to a future date, the vendor opted to pivot rapidly to a wholly virtual event. To Domo’s credit, it quickly built a compelling program, albeit abbreviated, outlining several new investments that will push the analytics player into new territory as a more complete platform provider, specializing in the delivery of business insights and the enrichment of insightful business applications.

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Analyst Commentary: Has COVID-19 thrown the data privacy rule book out of the window?

COVID-19 is changing our lives, both personal and professional. Many of those things we previously thought of as important are paling into insignificance; for example, cash has little value in a social distancing world. Other aspects of our lives that we perhaps took for granted are brought into stark relief, most evidently being able to meet up with close family and friends. Data privacy is not immune to the impact of COVID-19, and decisions are being made about data privacy during this pandemic that should be giving us all pause for thought.

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Enterprise & IT
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