The Thing About Legacy When you think of the word legacy, what comes to mind? The legacy of a company or a business? An artist’s legacy, a composer’s legacy, or perhaps a singer´s legacy? Many of these individuals established themselves in the history books and those after them may continue using their methods or system.
In the 70’s and 80’s business systems were focused on data capture and information organization. It was all about the paperless work place. This phase of automation reduced the amount of time spent searching for information as well as accessing information in an enterprise – “The TPS System”. The data capture phase created organized silos of
Data Management is the key to benefiting from the current wave of emerging technologies. The Cambrian Explosion of Data tells the story of the geometric growth in the quantity of data. The amount of data has roughly grown by a factor of 16 Million over the past decade. Much of the growth in data is
You know how one goes through their daily routines and suddenly they notice something that has been there a long time? Maybe it is a rock chip in the windshield or coffee shop on your commute to work. There is a term in psychology called “Mental Scotoma”. My dumbed down version of this is becoming
QuickBooks was the best fit for your business when you first started using it, but is it the right choice to drive success in the next stage of your company’s growth? Are you experiencing any of these five common business process inefficiencies? IF so , they’re telltale signs that you’ve begun to reach the limits
Every company has experienced the pain of a key employee’s departure. Even under the best of circumstances — maybe a promotion, a marriage and move, caring for a growing family — it isn’t easy for those left behind. That good team member built relationships, developed leads and created opportunities . . . let’s call her
Site Collection Admin Not Authenticating I was in the process of building out a new SharePoint 2013 environment to host Team Foundation Server 2013 Preview and Project Server 2013. Ran into a situation where my user account, a site collection administrator, could not login to the site when I was logged into the server. Essentially