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  • Theory of Constraints and Practices of DevOps

    Theory of Constraints and Practices of DevOps

    DevOps is grounded in the Theory of Constraints that focuses on identifying and improving the weakest link in an organization’s value chain. Yet DevOps only improves part of the IT value chain. What about the functional requirements, value realization by the users, and the relationship with IT’s business partners? What is your biggest bottleneck? Is
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  • Healthcare IT Set for Growth

    Healthcare IT Set for Growth

    Trump Administration impacts Healthcare IT industry Healthcare-related IT is set for a boom according to international healthcare advisory company, VERTESS. The company is participating in the HiMSS conference in Orlando, Florida this week, where the impact of the new administration on the Healthcare IT industry will be a primary focus. Every sector of the healthcare
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  • Technology Developments for Space Exploration

    Technology Developments for Space Exploration

    Extending human presence deeper into the solar system NASA has just announced the two proposals that have been selected for the creation of multi-disciplinary, university-led research institutes focussing on the development of the technologies that will be critical to extending human presence deeper into our solar system. These new Space Technology Research Institutes (STRIs) will
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  • Honeywell Challenges the Technology Leaders of the Future

    Honeywell Challenges the Technology Leaders of the Future

    Honeywell Leadership Challenge, 2017 Honeywell is bringing 320 students from 45 countries and 27 U.S. states and territories to attend the Honeywell Leadership Challenge Academy this year. As part of this leadership program, Honeywell will host students for two consecutive, weeklong programs, in February and March this year, at the U.S. Space & Rocket Center
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  • The Digital Revolution – an Imperative for Business

    The Digital Revolution – an Imperative for Business

    Business must invest or fall behind Samsung has just released a new report which shows that businesses need to make investments to ensure that they are ready for the next wave in the digital revolution. The report reveals that by 2020 companies which have not opened their borders to competitors, innovators and a new generation
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  • Encouraging Inclusiveness at Technology Events

    Encouraging Inclusiveness at Technology Events

    Linux Foundation and NCWIT offer inclusiveness training Technology events are often in the firing line for not being inclusive. There are discussions on social media and news articles highlighting the issues that events have in being seen as inclusive in both their speaker line-ups and their audience. The Linux Foundation, a non-profit organization that is
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  • The Data Center is Dead

    The Data Center is Dead

    The Postmortem on the Data Center Data Centers are dead. There will never again be a need for big expensive, underutilized rooms in corporate campuses. Enterprises will never have to attempt to acquire and maintain skills and capabilities that are difficult to attain and add no direct value to business operations or success. The data
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  • Continuous Delivery – Challenges for the Data Centre

    Continuous Delivery – Challenges for the Data Centre

    The last agile mile So you are a developer who has adopted agile development methodologies, you use a continuous integration server and you have started down the path to continuous delivery. Congratulations, you are moving in the right direction to fully recognize the benefits of agile.  What I often call ‘the last agile mile.’  Like
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