The Cutter Edge: What Customers Want, Measuring DevOps, New Rules of Business Strategy Webinar
11 September 2018
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What do your customers (who are used to dealing with Uber, Amazon, and Apple) expect from their interactions with your organization? They want to have a great experience. As a result, traditional organizations have no choice but to step up their game to stay relevant. More.
DevOps is a very technical topic, created by techies, for techies. Like most things in IT today, it provides a philosophy for the humans, and a set of best practices for the toolset. So how do you measure the success of a DevOps initiative? More.
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An upcoming issue of Cutter Business Technology Journal will explore the factors associated with a cloud adoption initiative including influencers, benefits, challenges, training, implementation strategies, etc. Share your insight!
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