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Often the authors find it difficult to incorporate any changes in a software project during later phases of its development, or during post-delivery maintenance. Primary reason for...
Keith Townsend speculates on the potential long-term impacts of how the EMC/Dell merger changes the control of VMware.
For startups shopping for VC money, targeting an acquisition is one of the primary options for an exit. To help pick your targets, TechRepublic has broken down how the top 10 tech giants approach M&A.
Recoveriescorp is a contact centre specializing in debt recovery solutions and insurance claims recovery services. Their challenges are need to reduce the high costs of storage acq...
Crowdfunding is giving entrepreneurs and small companies new opportunities to innovate and succeed -- and wearable devices are reaping the benefits.
Reduce Business Disruption and Minimize Operational Cost in Business Applications by Reducing Technical Debt
Poorly-implemented architectures, bad programming practices, overly complex code, and non-conformance to quality standards - these are just a few of the issues that often result in...
Some projects are not suited to a Waterfall approach, and they're not a perfect fit for a 100% Agile approach. The solution might be a combination of the two project management methodologies.
Ward Cunningham wrote in 1992 that shipping first-time code is like going into technical debt. Chip Camden explains that the usefulness of the technical debt metaphor is awareness.
Your SaaS engineering and operations capability could be one of, if not the most critical business differentiator and can absolutely determine your company's success or failure.
Ian Hardenburgh lists the most important benefits an organization could realize by moving email to the cloud.