We’re Moving from the Days of Code to (Nearly) No Code

From the dawn of cyber time, the computer world has pivoted around code – and coders. Way back when, before handheld devices, packaged software, client/server and cloud-based server/client computing models became de rigueur, there were two choices: Hire experts to roll your own code, or contract with expensive third-party specialists to build enterprise-grade software. Either […]

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Here’s What Application Modernization Really Means – And Why It’s Essential Post-COVID

As pandemic lockdowns ease, companies are racing to modernize applications ahead of new waves of COVID-19 infections that could send developers home to work again. When application modernization is combined with the cloud, developers can work in “virtual teams” – at home or the office – to rapidly deliver quality software that meets evolving customer […]

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Social Distancing Investments Made Now Will Continue Reaping Benefits Later

Even with social distancing restrictions easing in some parts of the world, much of the workforce will continue to work from home (WFH) for the foreseeable future. In some cases, employees may even continue to do so after the pandemic passes, drawn by flexible hours and the 10-yard commute. The problem is, traditional IT infrastructure […]

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Withstanding Tough Times Requires a Definitive & Durable Work Culture

Companies all over the world are adjusting to a “new normal.” Morning standups, friendly watercooler talk, company-sponsored happy hours and everything in-between have been replaced by virtual interactions – or don’t happen at all. Working in a fully distributed virtual environment is a big adjustment to navigate even in normal circumstances, without having to also […]

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Surviving Digital Business Change Amid Any Crisis

Digital business change can be vexing to C-level executives, even in ordinary times. Amid a worldwide crisis such as the COVID-19 pandemic, what was once considered somewhat complex is exponentially more challenging as unforeseen issues surface. For starters, there are semantic issues. Many senior leaders dislike the word “digital” because it’s often misused (i.e., all […]

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Infusing Security into Digital Engineering

The digital economy calls for solutions to be built with digital technologies from the ground up. However, this can result in a double-edged sword: The more a solution relies on digital mechanisms like open APIs, web services, open-source software libraries, cloud and web access over the public Internet, the more vulnerable it is to hacking, […]

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