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CHAOS Tuesday #54: Vendors Overpromising

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CHAOS Tuesday #54: is titled “Vendors Overpromising”.  We consider the issue of vendors promising more than they can deliver either on purpose or because of a lack of understanding.  Our special guests are Dave Bicknell & Tony Collin authors of Crash: Ten Easy Ways to Avoid a Computer Disaster.  We will discuss with Tony and Dave a new program of the UK Government of using small businesses to deliver projects on a frame around G-Cloud.  Hans Mulder will follow-up with comments.  In addition to Tony, Dick and Hans we have Evan Sorensen in our segment CHAOS on the Couch covers how to deal with lying. Lee Gesmer in CHAOS on the Law presents Part 2 of the Oracle versus Google copyright and patent lawsuit.  The book review is “House of Lies”. In this program we explore:

  • Vendors overpromising
  • UK’s G-Cloud
  • Oracle versus Google
  • Dealing with Lying
  • House of Lies

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Dave Bicknell is Editor of Government Computing in the United Kingdom. Tony Collins writes a blog for ComputerWorldUK and is freelance writer. Dave and Tony co-founded Campaign4Change. Hans is our Holland partner and Professor at Antwerp Management School. Mr. Mulder founded Venture Informatisering Adviesgroep N.V. Evan Sorensen is the founder and director of the New England Institute for Marriage and Family Therapy. Lee Gesmer is a founding partner of the Boston law firm Gesmer Updegrove LLP.