Reduce Risk and Increase Value With Learning Organizations

Brad Nelson, Product Strategy & Agility Manager on Monday, March 20, 2023

Every organization is constantly learning, but that does not make them a “learning organization.” Kodak learned that its competitors were not going to hold up technological advancements because they wanted to continue to sell physical film. Blockbuster learned that its customers would rather receive media [...]

Top 4 Roadblocks to Innovation (And How to Overcome Them)

Juan Orlandini, Chief Architect on Thursday, March 16, 2023

Leaders today seek to innovate in an effort to adapt to the accelerating pace of change. An annual Insight-commissioned Foundry survey revealed that 40% of IT executives listed innovation as their primary goal in 2023.

Top Considerations for App Modernization in 2023

Carm Taglienti, Distinguished Engineer and Portfolio Director on Tuesday, March 07, 2023

Many companies today rely on applications that have been in existence for several years and may not have evolved to meet the needs of their business. These outdated apps present a myriad of issues: poor user experience, management challenges, performance issues, and increased exposure to security risks.

Overcoming Tech Debt in 3 Steps

Juan Orlandini, Chief Architect on Wednesday, March 01, 2023

Over the past 12 months, 86% of organizations have been impacted by technical debt, which caused the greatest fallout on the ability to innovate, meet service-level agreements and avoid downtime. Unfortunately, managing tech debt can pose a big challenge, especially to organizations with IT skills and knowledge gaps.

5 Ways Tech Debt Is Stifling Innovation at Your Organization

Juan Orlandini, Chief Architect on Wednesday, March 01, 2023

Debt: It’s a four-letter word with a huge impact. And in our technology-driven world, there’s more than one way to accrue it. There’s financial debt and there’s technical debt — or tech debt. Whereas financial debt is the accumulation of money you’ve already spent, tech debt refers to the off-balance-sheet accumulation of money you’ll need to spend on IT work in the future.