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Investing in Speed

While most of us might not want to start our own company (or maybe we do), we can learn a few things from those that do. Building something new, being efficient, effective, and quick are skills needed when starting a … Continue reading

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The Five Year Plan

This editorial was originally published on June 13, 2013. It is being re-run today as Steve is traveling. IT departments won’t exist in five years. A bold prediction from the CITE conference last week. It’s not so much a prediction of an … Continue reading

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Server Hardware or Coffee?

I actually chuckled out loud in my office recently. I was reading a piece about Expensify and how they learned some lessons from their database architecture over time. It’s a good piece, but at one point the author talks about … Continue reading

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Are You a Tech Company?

Are you a tech company. That’s an interesting question. I’m sure some of you might not think so, working for a commercial organization that has some physical product you sell or some service you provide. You might not consider yourself … Continue reading

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