Women In Tech

Why 2020 wasn’t all bad, and moving forward

The thing with hitting rock bottom is that it gives you a strong foundation to build on. It strips away the inessential, the distractions, and the toxic people and situations that are not helping you to be directed towards your goals. It also gives you more empathy, and it forces you to have faith in your own resourcefulness and abilities. 2020 helped us to do that, with 2020 vision. For those who survived, let's lift up others as we go along.

Business Intelligence

Delivering Power Platform Projects: Truths from the Field

I have successfully delivered a number of Power Platform Projects for nearly a year now. Even though I am no longer a Microsoft MVP, I still work hands-on with Microsoft products as well as providing more strategic thought leadership to business leaders. The current blog forms a summary of what's good, and what's not so good, about working with Power Platform projects.

Women In Tech

Switching from Office365 to GSuite – a personal experience

I have been closing down my Office365 E5 plan and moved to Google GSuite for my business. I am sorry that this sounds so whingy but ugh, closing Office365, deleting the Office365 tenant and moving elsewhere has been so frustrating. Here are some thoughts so far: The Google support has been amazing. In contrast, my… Continue reading Switching from Office365 to GSuite – a personal experience

Women In Tech

Delighted to be named one of the Top Global 100 Data Visionaries!

I have been named as one the Global Top 100 Data Visionaries: These are the leaders who are vividly innovating with analytics without compromising on trust and privacy. The list, compiled by HotTopics.ht and Truata, aims to discover and showcase the top 100 leaders globally who are using data to unlock value, lead innovation and… Continue reading Delighted to be named one of the Top Global 100 Data Visionaries!

Women In Tech

PASS Financials: past, present and the Future:

In this post, I want to analyse the current PASS situation, explain some broader context, and give people a more data-driven view. I hope that this leads to a calmer discussion by providing additional information and data. I want to help by providing data and insights on the recent PASS stramash online. I also want to sound a few warning bells and I have the data to back it up.