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By Bill Kane, Practice Manager I’m a big NASCAR fan. NASCAR stands for National Association for Stock Car Auto Racing. Back in the day, good old boys would take stock cars, add seatbelts and roll cages and go racing. In the early days they even drove convertibles. Today they only look like stock cars from the outside with a bunch of advertisements on them. Everything about these cars is anything but stock. My wife would tell you that it’s a huge waste of time watching 40 guys go in a circle for 500 miles. What she doesn’t see is that there is more to racing than just being the best driver.
By John Dixon, Consulting Architect With the acceptance of cloud computing gaining steam, more specific issues related to adoption are emerging. Beyond the big-show topics of self-service, security, and automation, cloud sprawl is one of the specific problems that organizations face when implementing cloud computing. In this post, I’ll take a deep dive into this topic, what it means, how it’s caused, and some options for dealing with it now and in the future.
By Randy Becker, Enterprise Architect, Solutions Here is the second part of my blog series providing a recap of Citrix Synergy 2014. If you missed part one, you can find it here. Enjoy!
By Randy Becker, Enterprise Architect, Solutions Citrix Synergy was held this past week in Anaheim California, and as always it was a great event. For those of you who could not attend, I will provide a recap of the week’s events in a two part blog series.
By Stacy Toof, Director, PMO, Solutions You might be asking yourself, is there more than one methodology that can be used to manage a project? What are those methodologies? Do you always use one consistent methodology? What are the pros and cons of doing so? Can you shift mid-stream of a project? Ultimately, how do you know what methodology to use and when, or if it’s even necessary?