I used to occasionally get involved with being a reference for articles that I did not write, myself. In past years, I’d gotten more involved with writing articles for periodicals, myself, as well as this blog. I thought it would be interesting to get involved with other areas where I have relevant expertise. After all, many of these do relate to issues in our own industry.
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I keep hearing complaints of projects who go sprint-after-sprint with their Agile project and can’t make progress. Regardless, the methodology, I’ve got three observations to pass along to readers. For the past few years, Agile seems to be the hot topic but it’s still no guarantee for project success. Read on for more thoughts.
Who owns us? Seriously, I ask you this question as some food for thought.
Speech recognition and facial recognition have come a long way.
I made a post regarding security in “Passwords – Not the Ultimate Security Tool.” Today, I want to speak about having your system ransomed back to you.
As I occasional like to do, today’s post is dedicated to a search phrase that brought someone to this blog. Today’s search phrase is “what is the difference between gxp and gmp?”
In my efforts to move my web-site, I ended up in a conversation regarding securing the site’s logins. Meanwhile, I also read an article that addressed the issue. Both had some focus on passwords that I thought interesting.
I wanted to share a post I just read “Myth Busting Monday: Cloud Means Less Control” because more and more of my customers are finding ways to find appropriate cloud services.
Are you so busy running around doing active things that you never actually accomplish anything? Are you so busy being “busy” that you’re not “productive”? If so, this is the book for you: “Simplify Everything: Get Your Team From Do-Do to Done-Done With One Surefire Process” by Steve Epner.