Customers’ IT infrastructure is becoming increasingly fragmented as they attempt to improve workforce productivity and try to work within budget constraints. The irony is that this fragmentation means that you, the customer, are spending more money and not necessarily making more profit. Continue reading
Do you resist change because it seems risky or because it sounds like a lot of work? I get it; I, too, can sometimes be a creature of habit. I like the same restaurants. I drink my coffee the same way every day. I take the same path to work every day. Continue reading
In conversations with our clients, we often seek to identify RIO items. That is items of Risk, Issues, and Opportunities. Risk is a situation that involves exposure to danger. Continue reading
Companies across the globe are faced with making key technology decisions every single day and the effects of not making those in a timely manner can have serious repercussions. Continue reading
If you’re a software developer and seeing this, there is a good chance one of two things is probably true:
- You’re super bored at work. As this is like the 4th most interesting content site.
- You’re looking for a job.
Both are a problem. Continue reading
Project Services at SafeNet is what happened when we realized that, for a lot of companies and teams, just handing them a handful of technical experts wasn’t going to serve them well. Continue reading
For the Green Bay Packers, 1997 was a season to remember, with an ending they’d like to forget. They came into Super Bowl XXXII as the defending champions and a two-touchdown favorite against the Denver Broncos. Continue reading
The landscape of software engineering changes rapidly. As consultants, we fight to stay on the cutting edge and remain technologically relevant. Continue reading
Pittsburgh Steelers Quarterback “Big Ben” Roethlisberger has a bit of a reputation for airing criticism of teammates in public. This past season he made some comments on his weekly radio show following a 7-point loss Continue reading