The MVP is dead, long life to the MAP (Minimum Awesome Product).
PM, Q3 2018
What is the MVP?
Minimum Viable Product
The minimum viable product (MVP) is a product with enough features to satisfy the initial customers, and provide feedback for future development. Some experts suggest that in B2B, an MVP also means saleable.
“It is not an MVP until it sells. Viable means that you can se...
GDPR and the rising cost of ransomware
GDPR, Q4 2017
Here are a few practical guidelines to help organisations gain maximum ransomware prevention and recovery mileage.
-> The final version of GDPR
5 cybersecurity trends to watch for 2017
RISK, Q1 2017
As 2016 draws to a close, we can reflect on a year where cybersecurity has played a major role. Even presidential campaigns haven’t been free from hacking scandals and data leaks. The average cost of a data breach for companies grew from 3.8 million $ last year to 4 million $ in 2016, according to the Ponemon Institute.
Companies of all sizes have...
A tour of machine learning algorithms
IT, Q4 2016
It is useful to tour the main algorithms in the field to get a feeling of what methods are available. There are so many algorithms available that it can feel overwhelming when algorithm names are thrown around and you are expected to just know what they are and where they fit. I want to give you two ways to think about and categorize the algorithms...
5 things you need to know about PSD2 – Payment services directive
PSD2, Q4 2016
Speculation over the much anticipated PSD2 – revised Payment Services Directive – has been gathering for quite a while now. The European Parliament adopted the revised Directive on Payment Services (or PSD2), and with it the PSD2 reality got a little bit closer. PSD2 has been attracting quite a lot of attention, and in and amongst all of the talk ...