Q&A From How Digital Business is Shaping the Next Wave of Automation Webinar


I recently presented findings from my Workload Automation (WLA) research and other EMA research on a webinar with Tim Eusterman, Sr. Director Solutions Marketing at BMC in a webinar titled "How Digital Business is Shaping the Next Wave of Automation". The recording of the webinar is now live here, and the slides are available here. A [...]



By | June 2nd, 2017|IT Management, Systems Management|0 Comments

Automation is Key to Staying in the Driver’s Seat of Your Data-driven Strategy


More and more organizations are increasing the use of data in their decision making. EMA describes this as having a data-driven strategy. Recent research has revealed that almost 63% of respondents included data-driven strategies in their organization at a significant level. EMA has been tracking the growth of big data with annual research since 2012. [...]



By | February 8th, 2016|IT Management, Systems Management, Uncategorized|0 Comments

Best Practices for Innovating Through Cloud Technologies – Utilizing Public, Private, and Hybrid Cloud


Cloud computing can speed up deployment, reduce costs, and increase efficiency and connectivity. It can open up new ways to get computing work done, but more importantly, the inherent connectivity can change the way employees interact with each other and with customers. It can also change the way companies interact with suppliers and partners. The [...]



By | November 25th, 2015|IT Management, Systems Management|0 Comments

Running Containers Doesn’t Have To Mean Running Blind


The idea of containers has been around for a long time in various forms on various operating systems. It has been part of the Linux kernel since version 2.6.24 was released in 2008. However, containers did not become mainstream until a couple years ago when Docker was first released in March 2013. Docker introduced container management [...]



By | October 6th, 2015|IT Management, Systems Management|0 Comments
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