I’ve been in the technology consulting business for a long time. When I first started at Oracle twenty years ago, long before automation had taken hold, client/server architecture was the big thing. Back then, we could have never imagined the technology capabilities of today – for example,
When it comes to their IT systems, many companies are in firefighting mode — constantly moving from one incident to the next in an escalating wave of events. You can survive being reactive…
HIMSS18 might seem overwhelming to some, but you’re on a mission. The healthcare conference will keep you on your toes as you elbow through crowds for free coffee, or find yourself deep in gripe-filled conversations about the lack of Cerner resources.
There are compelling reasons to adopt behavioral driven development (BDD) as part of an agile QA process. Research conducted by MIT suggests that agile companies grow revenue 37% faster and generate 30% higher profits than non-agile organizations. But...
It’s a classic dichotomy: innovate, or stay the course. IT departments see it as a conflict of resources. Either we place IT staff on innovation projects, leaving system operations without a maintenance crew - or - we service IT systems and delay innovation.
Servant Interactive was founded to solve a problem in education. A group of us got together and realized that over two-thirds of the world didn’t have access to reading materials, so we set out to build a platform that could deliver any type of written content to any device.
As a business leader, it’s easy to get caught up looking forward. What are industry and economic trends? Where are the opportunities for growth? How can we service our customers faster than our peers? Today, I am looking back, and applauding the people who have helped 4th Source perform so well.
Mapping a Digital Path from the Perspective of a Tech CFO. Imagine it’s your life-long dream to own an exact replica of the DeLorean from “Back to the Future” with modern tech features. If you’re going to build a futuristic car, why not do it with some style?
What do you think about when someone mentions, “new enterprise software?” How about “new phone?”