In part one of this blog series, we explored the drivers of change that are making it imperative for enterprises to reimagine their desktop delivery models and experiences. When it comes to costs, security, and worker efficiency, traditional desktop delivery models...
For a long time, most companies have relied on one model to deliver apps and computing experiences to their employees. For the most part, it revolves around a full-feature desktop, or laptop, which office workers use to access internal apps, communicate with...
The retirement of Technical Debt has never been more relevant. The great recession, and, more recently, the COVID-19 pandemic have significantly dampened the ability and willingness of enterprises to address an ever-growing amount of Technical Debt. Too often,...
Introduction As a business executive, have you ever wondered about the impact of Technical Debt on your business? Over the years, I have had the good fortune to actively work as an IT practitioner and trusted advisor. Through my professional journey, I have...
I often use the expression “Cloud as IT Oxygen” – but, what do I mean by such an expression? The global catastrophe of the COVID-19 pandemic has changed our world and unleashed a set of forces driving change across all areas...
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