How IT Solves the Business Agility Formula

Business agility

It’s 2018 – it’s time to retire the job title ‘IT Manager’.

When we think of an ‘IT Manager’, a traditional IT department comes to mind. The individuals who “keep the lights on” at an organization. IT Managers/teams are not those people anymore. They are driving organizations towards continued growth and success in today’s digital, cloud-everywhere, mobile-first world. That’s why we feel that the job title today should be “Orchestrator of Digital Innovation”. [Read more…]

The Sneaky Costs of End Of Life Cycle Servers

 

Three years ago, a friend of mine got caught up in the homeownership dream. He spent 18 months saving the least amount he needed to buy a condo. While he was successful in purchasing his first property, he soon discovered the “cons” of being a homeowner.

The condo came with many flaws that he wasn’t financially ready to take on. After 8 months of appliance fixes and breakdowns, and a condo fee increase, he had to sell his place. I wouldn’t say this was a failed attempt at owning a property. Rather, it’s a lesson: Sometimes you shouldn’t rush things. [Read more…]

The Impact of Repetitive Strain Injuries In the Workplace

Healthy Computing and Ergonomics

Many organizations with labor-intensive jobs have strict health and safety regulations in place. For good reason. Safety rules protect employees and reduce costs and risks of workplace accidents.

However, health risks aren’t just associated with labor-intensive jobs. Injuries associated with long-term computer usage are on the rise. These injuries are referred to as Repetitive Strain Injuries (RSIs). [Read more…]