IT Managed Services

How (and Why) to Shift your Investment From Pre- to Post-Implementation

Jesse White • May 14th, 2020

An IT project typically follows the Pareto principle, with 80% of the excitement, momentum, and executive sponsorship devoted to the project itself, often resulting in a mere 20% of the output necessary to achieve the intended long-term business outcomes. While a successful go-live can drive short-term gratification, it rarely results …

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You Should Expect More from Your IT Operations Software

Jesse White • May 14th, 2020

Your software implementation is done. You’ve invested a tremendous amount of time, effort, money and political capital (and grown a few more gray hairs) to get to this point. You now (hopefully) have the tools and methods in place to mature your IT Operations. What now? When the glow of …

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Software Training: Overlooked, But Crucial to Success

Ale Infante • July 12th, 2016

As someone who has spent a career in the IT services field, in both the public and private sectors, there’s one thing I’ve seen too often: When it comes to new technology deployments, enterprises fail to understand how important training is to the success of their employees and to the …

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