Scott Olmstead September 25, 2019 0 Comments

At some point, software, like all other things in this world, reaches its End-of-Life or End-of-Support (EOS) phase. It’s part of a normal product life cycle. It could be because the software is not meeting user needs,

In this episode of our four-part podcast series, “Ten Things Traditional Enterprises Can Learn from Cloud-Native Companies,” we conclude our interview with cloud expert, Alan Grantham. In our closing conversation, Grantham focuses on: The importance of cloud

The term cloud can be a nebulous one. Cloud is a broad concept that can involve public, private, hybrid, colocation, multiple platforms, and multiple models. Any conversation about cloud should really be a conversation that incorporates the

PODCAST — An increasing number of traditional organizations are turning to the cloud to increase scalability, flexibility, and productivity. While the benefits are clear, many IT security teams are struggling with the possible security implications associated with

The foundation of any IT organization is its people—especially in this era of an ever-widening technology skills gap. In the advent of quickly evolving artificial intelligence (AI), robotics and machine learning (ML), how do you hire the

In the drive to transform and modernize IT, a successful and agile journey to the cloud starts with a clear understanding of an organization's culture. A move to the cloud must be viewed as transformational, and companies

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