When a severe thunderstorm took down a Microsoft Azure data center Sept. 4, it served as a costly reminder to many companies—including one of our clients—that business continuity planning (BCP) and disaster recovery planning (DRP) are essential when considering cloud migration. This article outlines what migration options are best suited to business-critical applications.
Today’s machinery buyers want to educate themselves about product features before engaging with a dealer or sales rep. This article explores why manufacturers must invest in a delightful digital experience if they want to win the sale using digital solutions.
Given the promise of its value, it's no surprise that design thinking is often championed as a way to rapidly transform businesses. In two recent articles, experts from Devbridge were asked to weigh in: What is design thinking? Does it provide value? Is it working? If not, why?
For machinery manufacturers, regularly delivering innovative products is a challenge. This article explores how digitizing the development workflow can radically improve internal efficiencies and accelerate innovation.
Most digital leaders recognize the value of agile development, but many—particularly those in manufacturing—struggle to implement agile at scale. By changing just a fraction of processes and practices, organizations can realize 80 percent of the value of agile. In this article, we outline five ways companies can implement agile quickly for competitive advantage.
Recent security breaches have prompted governing institutions to take action. In short, regulation is inevitable. In this video, we look at the details of recent security breaches and what these breaches mean for the future of data and banking security.
Companies that haven’t made data security a top priority are now paying a steep price for their lack of caution. In this article, we offer ways to minimize data breaches, including adopting the Secure Development Lifecycle or SDLC mindset and automating a security workflow.
Research has proven that teams don’t have to be in the same building to be effective. As it turns out, how teams are structured is more important than where they’re located. This article outlines ways leaders can ensure that delivery teams are successful, even if they're on different continents.
Over the past several months, we’ve announced some exciting additions to PowerUp, a tool we built to share live product health data with our clients. In this series of videos, we explain how PowerUp offers greater speed, transparency, and control in software development.
When navigating digital transformations, enterprises—especially those in financial services—often approach us with a similar dilemma: After small groups succeed, how do those successes scale? In this article, we outline how companies can scale digital transformation successfully by focusing on the customer.
No two projects are the same, and tracking needs vary from project to project. That's why, when we designed the new PowerUp app, we made it completely customizable. PowerUp was designed to give the enterprise CIO complete control over their digital portfolio. In this video, we explain how PowerUp offers organizations more control in custom software.
Large enterprise software initiatives often go off rails because decision-makers find out too little, too late. These failures can be avoided by sharing the right information—transparency between teams. In this video, we explain how PowerUp helps us share the right information to ensure the delivery of successful digital products.