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If you live or work in technology, as I do, then you already know that change in IT is constant. We all are faced with the reality that the technology you are using will eventually be usurped by something better/faster/smaller/better, … Continue reading
Is your company is trying to change? Trying to update from a legacy architecture? Are your applications tightly coupled? Written on outdated systems? Would you like to take advantage of newer application capabilities on state of the art infrastructure? Skip … Continue reading
When deploying any new application or service to our customers (internal or external), the choices for exactly how that service is delivered are growing at what seems to be an exponential rate. New Software-As-A-Service (SaaS) offerings are driving innovation and … Continue reading
What the Cloud Isn’t… I have many colleagues, that when asked about the cloud, will launch into a lengthy and somewhat confusing lecture about XaaS (Infrastructure as a Service, Platform as a Service, Software as a Service, etc), or outsourcing, … Continue reading