Welcome to my CSC private blog

A number of people within CSC who read my public blog have started to ask me how we go about improving communication around emerging technologies and concepts within CSC. At the moment too much knowledge is locked up in peoples heads, and where it is briefed it is to a select audience, or is in the form of large documents that don’t get read and certainly aren’t distributed in a way that promotes discussion. The new CSC portal – being branded CSC SmartWorkplace – is moving in the right direction but a version that supports SME blogging is a while away.

I have been promoted to do something to improve this situation in the very short term because of the amount of information that’s flowing to me in the form of vendor NDA that needs to be distributed, commented on and discussed and because of the importance of that discussion to some of the initiatives I am working on. So I have decided to experiment with a secure area on my public blog. The area will be password protected and invisible until you login.

Ideally I would like you to create and use your own accounts, and send me the details so I can give you access, but the one above will get you started.

Once you login you will see my public postings seamlessly interleaved with the CSC private material. if you just want the CSC private material then use this URL

http://steves.blogharbor.com/blog/CSC

I won’t be posting any sensitive CSC plans or strategies to this area. Although I do intend to make people aware of activities, concepts, frameworks etc

The first set of postings will relate to a 3 day briefing next week on Office 12, and the Office System and on discussions with Microsoft on Desktop Strategy. Read the blog for more info.

Steve Richards

I'm retired from work as a business and IT strategist. now I'm travelling, hiking, cycling, swimming, reading, gardening, learning, writing this blog and generally enjoying good times with friends and family

2 Responses

  1. Anonymous says:

    Thanks Steve, good idea. Darren A.

  2. Anonymous says:

    Steve, some interesting stuff. Thanks for the invite. Now what was I supposed to be doing…. Andy Foster

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