When I think of the past decade, there are the “Before Times” and “Now.” The before times are, of course, anything before March 2020. A time when most of our lives have changed. A time… Read More »2022 Retrospective and 2023 Look Forward
Your services and applications are critical to your ops. Make sure you have the keys. Companies use a multitude of vendors to manage digital assets. These assets range from infrastructure products to web content and curation.… Read More »Secure your applications and services
A Bad Choice In a MSP Can Cost You More In the Long Run Managed Service Providers are a common, and necessary relationship to have in today’s market if you run a small to medium… Read More »Five things to consider when choosing a MSP
You have boarded your flight home, musing through your tablet or book, waiting to take off. You noticed that the flight crew has finalized their check of the cabin, but you sit at the gate… Read More »How imperfect information affects customers
Are you in the mood for a self-help book that is amusing, hilarious, and has real takeaways to be used in everyday life? Then Works Well with Others is definitely worth checking out. Ross McCammon is an editor with Esquire and admits that he has a difficult time as an introvert. This book dishes out tips that he has learned from his career meeting high profile individuals and feeling like he is an imposter.
The Checklist Manifesto poses an interesting concept on using checklists to standardize tasks across multiple verticals. The author is a general surgeon focusing mainly on healthcare applications. The carrying premise is that a checklist in the OR can prevent common complications due to complex tasks such as surgery.Read More »The Checklist Manifesto – Atul Gwande
IT and business units stereotypically do not mesh, whether it is the nerds in the basement, or the inpatient business unit. Adventures of an IT Leader is a surprising read from the Harvard Business Press, given that it is a book on tech leadership. Written as a novel, it details the transition of a VP of Sales thrust into the role of CIO.