How to Build Talent Retention by Failing Fast
In an industry with frequent turnover, the key to achieving lasting talent retention lies with investing in innovation built by in-house teams that are allowed to experiment and fail.
Are Autonomous Businesses Next?
Enterprises are automating more tasks to improve operational efficiencies and lower costs, but how far will they go, and why?
What's New in IT Security?
With new security threats continuously emerging, what can organizations do to harden their security and to better protect themselves from network intrusions and avoid damage?
How to Keep Machine Learning Steady and Balanced
A gift usually is given to you neatly wrapped. Data, however, is rarely a gift that is prepared with similar care. Here are some concepts on how to keep ML models in production with balanced data.
XOps: Real or Hype?
DevOps was just the beginning. Now, organizations are adopting other forms of Ops inside and outside IT. But are they missing the point?
Where Cloud Adoption is Still Needed
COVID-19 is a wake-up call for leaders to embrace cloud technology. However, some industries that would benefit from cloud adoption still resist.
How To Build A Successful IT Team
There are three key attributes high-functioning IT team members share that are identifiable in your initial interviews: Desire, willingness, and "teachability."
Accelerating the Practical Use of AI
Artificial intelligence and machine learning solutions are becoming more common across industries. Use these four steps for a successful implementation.
7 Steps to AI Success
Demand for artificial intelligence is growing, but success rates are underwhelming. Here's what you can do to maximize the value from your AI deployment.
DevOps: Watch Out for These 5 Common Snags
Don't try to speed row on a frozen lake. DevOps is an exciting digital transformation initiative, but keep your eyes wide open as the new process unfolds or you'll get stuck.
Making CI/CD Work for DevOps Teams
Many DevOps teams are advancing to CI/CD -- some more gracefully than others. Recognizing common pitfalls and following best practices helps.