Want to Improve Your IT Team? Then Break Down Silos, Adopt Microservices

Thursday, March 16th, 2017

Want to Improve Your IT Team? Then Break Down Silos, Adopt Microservices

Organizations that break down silos to create cross-functional IT teams benefit from quicker deployments, more efficient patching and overall better services.
Seattle-based Chef, which provides support for business infrastructure and applications, announced these and other findings this week in its annual state of IT survey.

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Want to Improve Your IT Team? Then Break Down Silos, Adopt Microservices



From B2B Funnel to Tornado: How to Tame the New Buyer’s Path for Cloud Services

Monday, March 13th, 2017

From B2B Funnel to Tornado: How to Tame the New Buyer's Path for Cloud Services

With the shift to the cloud, the business of selling enterprise technology has changed as dramatically as the technology architecture itself. 
But a few orthodoxies have hung on through that transition, even though they may be doing marketers more harm than good.

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2017 Cloud Trends: 5 Drivers of Cloud Maturity

Friday, March 10th, 2017

2017 Cloud Trends: 5 Drivers of Cloud Maturity

“The cloud” is a term thrown around again and again. Yet, often times it is difficult for people to comprehend the full spectrum of its power.

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Nipping the AWS Outage Outrage in the Bud

Thursday, March 9th, 2017

Nipping the AWS Outage Outrage in the Bud

In our Twitter-fueled, Facebook-fed society, it’s very easy to get caught up in hype. 
So after AWS’s outage last week, it was amazing to see all of the anti-cloud pundits coming out of the woodwork to hold AWS responsible for taking down a majority of the internet.

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How Your SaaS Company Can Survive a Cloud Outage

Thursday, March 9th, 2017

How Your SaaS Company Can Survive a Cloud Outage

As a Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) company, a big part of the user experience (UX) for our customers is keeping our software up and running 24/7.

Yes, design, ease of use, user interface and many other pieces of the puzzle are important as well.

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