When you are asked by Microsoft to share your perspective about the Worldwide Partner Conference, you take it!
I was able to attend the Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference (WPC) in 2012 for the first time and it was a great experience — one that has had a lasting effect. As I reflected on WPC, I began to think about why we had such a great experience and why it had such far reaching effects on our business. I have compiled a list of ways our team at Bit-Wizards has been able to gain the greatest return on investment from our involvement at WPC.
Read my article at the WPC website you will find seven useful ways your company can get its share of ROI from WPC in 2013!
Director of Marketing
How do you approach the complicated task of understanding your company’s technology needs considering the pace of changing customer behaviors and expectations? Also, how do you assess the value that you can gain from your “as is” application portfolio to determine your “to be” and remain competitive? In this blog, I will explore four major areas to consider when delving into the application development decision making process.
Communicating and preparing for cloud outages can minimize the fallout from CEOs and clients. Together, we plan for and develop a backup plan for an inevitable outage, should one occur. Unfortunately, cloud failures are not impossible, there are ways to plan for the best possible outcome.
Any entrepreneur will tell you that starting a business takes a lot of time, energy, and, of course, the right people. But obviously, there is more that goes into creating a successful business. When successful business CEOs are asked, the common denominator with every great company is having the right people -- and having them in the right places.
Creating an I.T. budget isn't just about dollars and cents, it's really about building a technology plan that supports your business objectives.
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