Tag: automated analysis and measurement

Clouding the Outsourcing Issue

Back in August, "CIO Zone" posted a blog outlining the top five cloud computing trends. Smack-dab in the middle of the top five was this one: "Custom cloud computing services," which delved into how outsourced IT organizations must focus on automated software and become experts in migrating to SaaS, PaaS and IaaS in order to ensure the least painful cloud migrations. It brought to mind how, in an effort to save money, so many businesses blindly hand over their whatever-it-is-to-be-done to outsourcers and hope for the best.

Scrum & Technical Debt: Love the One You're With

Bravo to Joe Little, who writes the Agile & Business blog.

Little recently penned a piece about the intersection of Scrum and technical debt titled “Scrum Hates Technical Debt.” I’m sure it does, but I think what he really means is that true Scrum hates technical debt.

Sunny Day, Sweepin’ the Hacks Away

“S” stands for security, something “S” organizations like Sony and Sega appeared to have too little of earlier this year. You could also say “S” represents the U.S. Dollar sign ($) that is associated with the FDIC and IRS, both of which have recently fallen victim to phishing attacks and have had their security compromised. Unfortunately, they are not alone; organizations that start with many letters of the alphabet have fallen victim to security issues this year.