JP Rangaswami is one of the most thoughtful people I've encountered in the blogosphere. Sometimes his meanderings leave me irritated and baffled. At other times they are like a laser beam cutting through the hyperbole that exists in the marketplace today. He's a must-read, regardless.
Since he explained his move from the CIO role at DrKW, I have utterly failed to understand what he does. That is probably a limitation of my own intellect.
But now he's gone and done something I do understand. He's returning to his CIO role but, this time, at BT Global Services. That sounds like a cracking job to me.
Good luck with it JP. (Now I can see why we won't be seeing you at Office 2.0!)
Let me leave you with a thought from the man's blog. It gives you an idea of where he's coming from and why it would be worth tracking him:
"I believe that it is only a matter of time before enterprise software consists of only four types of application: publishing, search, fulfilment and conversation."