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The Quiet Revolution of Blockchain in the Enterprise

September 13, 2018
Posted in: Blog

New technology doesn’t have to be disruptive. Anna Bennett looks at how Gospel Technology is developing blockchain solutions that can integrate and work alongside legacy data management and security systems improving trust and collaboration throughout the enterprise.   Technology, especially the new stuff, is often seen as disruptive. And to be fair, it can be.…

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Dispatches from the front line of the world’s major enterprise event

September 6, 2018
Posted in: Events

Gospel Technology attended their first US VMworld this August, widely regarded as one of the biggest gatherings of enterprise professionals on the planet.  Liam Jones takes a breather to reflect on the experience as a member of the Gospel team promoting their tech to such a huge potential audience in Las Vegas.   Gospel Technology…

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New horizons – discovering the “other side” of data control

September 4, 2018
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Gospel Technology’s newest recruit, Matthew Eldrett, gives his thoughts on joining a fast growing company in a fast growing market.   Throughout my career I have been lucky enough to work for some of the best companies and leading vendors. I cut my teeth in reseller land learning about CRM and MIS, Financials and Supply Chains,…

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Bonnie Prince Charlie needed Byzantine Fault Tolerance

August 30, 2018
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If you’ve been around the world of blockchain or cryptocurrency in the last few years you may have heard of the term Byzatine fault tolerance.  Where does this name come from and what does it have to do with modern day blockchains?   For years my father told me that the reason we Scots lost…

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Stranded and in need of rescue: Your enterprise data

August 22, 2018
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With many reports claiming that over two thirds of digital transformation projects are still failing, Anna Bennett argues that a key reason is the fact that many enterprises are unable to securely access and use their main asset in the digital era – their data.   In today’s enterprise, it is still very common for…

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As the blockchain hype continues to rise, the hard work simply continues

August 15, 2018
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Blockchain is one of the most talked about topics in tech, some promising the world and some claiming it is just another fad. Ben Lowe takes time out to give his view on why some companies are ignoring the hype, good or bad, and simply getting on with developing real solutions to real problems in…

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How do you create absolute trust in an untrusted environment?

August 3, 2018
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Trust in your Enterprise is Gospel’s tagline – but what do we actually mean by trust?  Trust is a concept that can have many levels of certainty and usually relies on some sort of faith.  So how do you create absolute trust using technology with no risk of betrayal?  Trent Kalisch-Smith explains some of the…

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The Data Paradox – how traditional infrastructure is causing digital distress

July 27, 2018
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Traditional models of data management have concentrated on keeping data tightly secured and contained within silos, buried under layers of complex tools and processes aimed at preventing it from reaching would-be malicious parties. Clearly, as the number of high profile data breaches rise, something isn’t working.   In the digital age, employees need to use…

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How public blockchain is destroying the Earth – and why Gospel is not

July 20, 2018
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Public blockchains such as those used to manage cryptocurrencies consume an enormous amount of computing energy and have been accused of being wasteful and even immoral.  Reuben Thompson explains the controversy and why private blockchains should not be tarnished with the same brush.   One of the most common (and often fair) criticisms of cryptocurrencies…

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