Cloud Computing Challenges - Bad Data, Dysfunctional Cultures, and Legacy Applications

"Cloud computing is no elixir. It doesn't magically fix bad data, dysfunctional organizational cultures, or automatically integrate with legacy applications." -- Big Data and Cloud Computing: Not Just for Big Companies Read More

Lessons from Bank of America's Largest IT Job Role in Financial Services

This week Salesforce's annual Dreamforce conference is going on and the phrases; "Internet of Customers," "Customer Companies," and "Intersections of the CIO and CMO" have been resounding themes. Read More

The Internet of Customers - Salesforce1 and Dreamforce

With cloud computing platforms and applications continuously evolving, releasing new products and services, and offering more value to organizations in this new Internet of Things world, how is your business going to capitalize on the cloud? Read More

IT Can No Longer Afford to Ignore Its Users

For those not familiar with Box and its CEO/Co-Founder Aaron Levie make sure you check out his blog post "IT Can No Longer Afford to Ignore Its Users" Read More

Business Transformations

Adapting the 6 lessons learned for a business transformation to the cloud from - NetApp's CIO - The CIO's New Role: The Business Of The Business. Read More

Moving your Business to the Cloud

In a HBR Blog post this past summer, Nathan McBride, wrote a short post on how You, Too, Can Move Your Company Into the Cloud. Read More

Your Business Model Won't Last

"It used to be that a CEO could maintain the same basic formula for creating, delivering and capturing value for his entire career. Now, it’s unlikely to last a decade. What’s more, the cycles are shrinking and returns to scale are diminishing."- Greg Satell Read More

Cloud Integration Specialists | Data Analytics

The business landscape is changing dramatically, and limping along with outdated systems is self-defeating, like deliberately placing obstacles in your own path. Today’s horizontal networks of global suppliers and distributors require companies to be lean, agile, and collaborative, managing information effectively to maintain market value and efficiently deliver innovative products. Read More