I never drank coffee and I still don’t. However, as a person that writes a lot of technical documentation, I also consume a lot of it from others. Technical specs, reviews, manuals - you name it, I read them all.
More often than not, when discussing with customers their data protection schemes, I get to hear about snapshot schedules and backup application configurations. At the same time, I get to hear about how critical is their IT service to their organizations.This constant conflict has increased so much that the customers are willing to spend hundreds of thousands of dollars on non-stop replication and copy data management solutions. So why is that?
CPP is best known for the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® assessment, they are a group of people committed to improving the performance of individuals and organizations around the world. Their story began more than 50 years ago with the pairing of two psychology professors—one from Stanford and one from U.C. Berkeley—with a common goal: to use research-based psychological assessments to give people the insight and guidance they need to develop in both their personal and professional lives....
The Last Mile (TLM) began as an intensive 6-month entrepreneurship program at San Quentin, in which men learned how to tap into their passion to create a business that includes a technology component and social cause. TLM was created to provide programs that result in successful reentry and reduce recidivism. Their mission is to provide marketable skills that lead to employment.
Remember the days when tape backup was THE way to store data? Wasn't it fun to insert and eject cartridges just to hear the sounds? There were also the labels and barcodes...the entire process was so much of a physical dance. The thing is, tape backup was and probably still is a major part of any IT organization.
Numerous theoretical studies are conducted all the time to prove that to gain sustainable competitive advantages, the company must maintain constant customer focus. The goal of any business is customer satisfaction. Indeed, companies that are clearly oriented towards the customer needs achieve clear competitive advantage over firms that ignore this approach.
Fans of TV series Mr. Robot may have have seen the Season 2 premiere which centered on a ransomware attack initiated by hacker group fsociety. The target was Evil Corp, whose logo resembles that of the old “Enron” logo (which may have been the creator's intent), and the company found itself caught in a crippling hack.