I was recently in the greater Madison Business Journal talking about Modern Desktop and its impact on end user computing. I feel this shift is very important for businesses to understand and represents one of the most significant changes in the end user computing space in the last 20 years. A few key points: Shifting […]Read more "Featured in Madison Business Journal on Modern Desktop"
I recently participated in the Milwaukee Business Journal’s “Table of Experts” on security topics. I conveyed perspective on the changing nature of technology and how security continues to be relevant. A few major points that I think are relevant are: Security is part of everything we do in the technology space. It’s not a department, […]Read more "Business Journal Table of Experts – Security"
Chapter 4: Negative Impact of AI on Humanity Editors Note: This post is a part of a series on Ethics of Artificial Intelligence. In the same way the positive impact of AI cannot be understated, the negative impact cannot either and must be explored. The negative impact of AI is the very reason why ethics […]Read more "Ethics of AI – Chapter 4 : Negative Impacts of AI to Mitigate"
Last month I spoke at the Wisconsin Technology Association in a panel discussion on technology disruption and digital transformation. I was joined by three other executives where we talked about how we engage the business ecosystem with transformative technologies, enable the operationalized cloud, build skills, and transition their companies. I want to thank the WTA […]Read more "Wisconsin Technology Association & Milwaukee Tech Hub"
The most impactful directional shift I see successful companies make is they prioritize the right activities with their scarce resources. They understand how they need to serve their customers, partners, and employees with technologies that align to their needs. They also make choices to direct resources to those appropriate priorities and less toward others that […]Read more "Nobody cares about your messy legacy environment"
I often am asked, “should I put a third party portal in front of my Azure or multi-cloud environment?” They ask for a good reason, they want to achieve control of their cloud environment and help their organization to make good decisions. It often comes from organizations who have a self-service portal in their on-premise […]Read more "Reasons to Avoid Third Party Portals in Front of Azure"
As with most things, simplicity is a virtue when it comes to computing environments. How you establish your systems architecture in Azure is a structural foundation you’ll continue to build on for years. Keep it simple! As I discussed in the last post, don’t fall into the trap of thinking your existing, legacy architectural approach […]Read more "Top 10 Mistakes Companies Make Getting Started with Azure: #2—Building Your Architecture Like a Rube Goldberg Machine"