How to Handle User Data in Your Windows 10 Migration

Dec 6, 2018 by Terry Every

The last thing you want during your Windows 10 migration is to be slowed down unnecessarily. Seamlessly transitioning user profile data between operat...

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How to Ensure Your Windows 10 Migration is a Win for Employees

Dec 4, 2018 by Terry Every

All too often, little thought is given to user acceptance pre-migration. But if you don’t plan for it now, you’re less likely to achieve it later. As...

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Seamless Migration to Windows 10: Easy Ways to Check Hardware Compatibility

Nov 29, 2018 by Terry Every

By now, you’ve cataloged your software and should feel comfortable about application compatibility — but do you know if your current hardware will sup...

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Your Windows 10 Migration: 4 Key Considerations & Where to Start

Nov 27, 2018 by Terry Every

What if we told you the average cost of a security breach is $3.68M*? If you’re still using Window 7 in 2020, it is highly likely you could be a vict...

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More BA-ng for Your Buck: The Value of a Business Analyst

Nov 21, 2018 by Theresa Fruner

When you think of creating an app, you think of developers, right? If you want a new application, someone has to make it. But in the world of custom a...

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How to Make Self-Service BI a Pain-Free Process

Feb 27, 2018 by Brian Dunzweiler

Data is today’s gold, but mining for it isn’t easy. Here’s how self-service Business Intelligence helps organizations hit the jackpot...

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Why the Cloud Beats On-Premise Data Hosting

Jan 25, 2018 by Brian Dunzweiler

To cloud, or not to cloud? This is the question that plagues every single project leader just before they begin implementation on a new data infrastru...

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What user acceptance testing is, (and is NOT)

Oct 11, 2017 by Anna Heiermann

Do you have complete confidence that what you are delivering to your business partner is exactly what they asked for? How can you be sure? Have you ...

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Social Engineering 101: Building a Human Firewall

Sep 19, 2017 by Ryan Broome

Security is a multi-faceted issue. But protective measures must begin with the people if technology is to effectively reinforce your organization’s pr...

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4 Simple Suggestions that Make a Better Testing Strategy

Aug 22, 2017 by Anna Heiermann

As a QA Lead, I’ve had a few challenging instances where I’m delivered a new application, or existing enhancement, and without any real direction I’m ...

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How to Account for Risk When Estimating

Jul 25, 2017 by Jared Faris

Risk is an inevitable component of every single project your team takes on. You can’t run from it. You can’t hide from it. Your best bet is to face ri...

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3 Project Estimation Methods, (with pros and cons)

Jul 13, 2017 by Jared Faris

Development teams see software estimation as a necessary evil. Of course, they’d rather innovate without the looming shadow of a client who must place...

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5 App Dev Estimation Misconceptions

Jun 27, 2017 by Jared Faris

When clients ask “How long will this take and how much will it cost?” application development teams collectively shudder. Clients tend to misinterpre...

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3 pitfalls to avoid when working with JWT

Apr 26, 2017 by Todd Nussbaum

In 2015, JSON Web Tokens were standardized, and they’ve made securing web services a MUCH easier process. However, working with JWT can be tricky. ...

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5 Most Overlooked Website Compliance Issues

Nov 3, 2016 by Jared Starner

We hear it all the time, “Yeah – I’m pretty sure our website is ADA compliant.” Are you really, we mean really, sure? There are many pitfalls that ...

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3 Big Reasons Your Sites and Apps Need to be ADA Compliant (And What Could Happen if They’re Not)

Oct 27, 2016 by Jared Starner

Recently, you may have heard about businesses being on the receiving end of lawsuits for violating the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) via their...

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Red, Yellow, Green: Lessons for the Project Manager

Oct 20, 2016 by Robert Barger, MBA, PMP

Many organizations use a RED, YELLOW, GREEN rating system to provide senior management with an easy-to-read assessment on the status of a large number...

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Are Apps Really Dying?

Jul 28, 2016 by Heath Murphy

The mobile landscape isn't as grim as you think......

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