ROI of Data Checklist
Technology leaders know that big data will dominate the future: 78 percent believe that data collection and analysis has the potential to dramatically change the way their company does business over the next three years. Fill out the form to learn the six steps to follow to gain maximum impact from your investment in data
Forrester: The New, Unstable Normal: How COVID-10 Will Change Business and Technology Forever
The pandemic has already forced firms and policymakers to do things that were previously considered impossible. This is just the beginning. Given its gravity, the effects of COVID-19 — along with other unpredictable eruptions of systemic risk — will continue to surface over the next decade. In this report, we outline how changes in customers,
How Mature is Your Cloud?
Evaluate your organization today to be stronger tomorrow. Your customers want faster, better and more secure.The seismic changes of cloud migration, and ultimately cloud maturity, can be difficult to manage, but if you can embrace the transition effectively, your org will find itself more agile and secure. Download our cloud maturity report to learn:• The
Perspectives on Technology Skill Development
Welcome to Perspectives on Technology Skill Development, a collection of articles by leaders who recognize their organization’s success depends on their ability to consistently and predictably build tech skills. The speed of technological change and pressure to deliver innovations to the market means the old ways of “training” teams aren’t cutting it anymore.
The Remote Work Guide
With many companies preparing for a large-scale shift to remote work, many employers, leaders and technology professionals are asking themselves: How do I work from home effectively? This guide will provide you with the resources you need to succeed in your role even while you WFH, including: • Tips on how to be an effective
The Engineering Manager’s Guide to the Code Review Process
Code review has been shown to decrease errors by a staggering 80%. If you haven’t implemented a code review process in your org, this guide will walk you through how, including: • The manager’s role in the process• What outcomes to expect• Common dynamics to identify
Introduction to Code Churn
When engineering leaders can clearly visualize progress, identify bottlenecks, and watch trends across multiple teams, they can notice when something’s off before a deadline is missed. They can experiment with meeting structure and timing, provide actionable feedback, and stay out of the details that should be handled at other levels. Then, they can measure the
Skills + Flow: The New Standard For Developing and Scaling Tech Teams
We always talk about how fast technology is changing. It’s time to recognize the way we work, build products and lead our teams is changing too. For the first time, CIOs and CTOs are accountable for not just cost savings and efficiencies, but also for product delivery, profitability and revenue-generating innovations. Technology leaders today can’t
Software Engineering: Why Has it Eluded Data-Driven Management?
Imagine yourself as a fly on the wall of an executive boardroom, listening to the heads of each corporate division present an overview of the past year: Marketing will share a range of metrics on lead conversion, cost per lead and ROI on marketing spend; Sales will walk through a detailed, quantitative breakdown of the
Webinar: Multi-Cloud Security with Ned Bellavance
Properly securing your IT estate was difficult enough when all your applications ran on-premises. Things got more complicated as your organization started adopting public cloud.