Many businesses are investing heavily in digital transformation, gearing up their cultures to deliver more capabilities aligned to customer needs.
Stories by Isaac Sacolick
For many organisations, the use of multiple public clouds is inevitable. Here’s how to make multi-cloud strategic instead of accidental.
Shallow backlogs, missed commitments, low morale, and defects may indicate your agile process needs more than a few minor tweaks.
Big players are joining the low-code game, offering platforms to help developers and amateurs create apps for everything imaginable.
From story writing to scrums and sprints, agile can improve the proof of concept process.
Tapping edge computing and IoT devices for real-time analytics holds great promise, but designing analytical models for edge deployment presents a challenge.
Spoiler alert! The honest answer is that you can’t mandate agility, but you can achieve it through consensus by focusing on the benefits.
Balance the trade-offs between innovation and reliability by keeping code stable, delighting users, and avoiding tech for tech’s sake.
Low-code platforms for enterprise developers integrate with the devops toolchain to speed the delivery of applications and modernisations.
Regarding the end-user support staff as stakeholders with their own insights and needs creates better deployments for everyone.
As enterprise embraces edge computing, the big three clouds are ponying up a surprising array of edge options for a broad range of needs.
Automating integrations, repeat tasks, or multistep workflows can improve productivity and data quality.
It’s important for everyone working in IT to accept critical feedback and advice on improving processes, quality, and collaboration.
Once machine learning models make it to production, they still need updates and monitoring for drift. A team to manage ML operations makes good business sense.
Just deploy your new application, microservice, or machine learning model to the public cloud? Well, maybe not so fast.