Summary: In this week’s article roundup, we learn how to keep your legacy systems from holding you back, why business agility is more important than ever, and more.
Disruption is the new normal
While information technology introduces opportunities to achieve enormous efficiency and cost gains, it also creates a level of disruption that would have been unthinkable only a decade ago. In the age of the web, agility trumps size. Businesses must move quickly, and let go of outdated practices. How can CIOs and IT leaders thrive in this new, ever-changing tech landscape?
The language of mobile app development: native or HTML5?
In the ongoing “Native vs. HTML5” debate, which is the best option for mobile? While everyone has their opinion, I’d like to offer another viewpoint: Perhaps we’re asking the wrong question?
How to keep legacy systems from becoming a liability
If you’re still tied to legacy systems, what are your options? The recent report mentioned in this article creates a legacy modernization roadmap to help you along the path. Additionally, if you’d like to learn more about your modernization options, we have a free modernization white paper which you can find right here: Crash course in modernization.
Using Business Intelligence to change student lives
As outlined in this article, the benefits of BI stretch far beyond simple reporting. BI can improve businesses in so many ways, and help them answer all types of questions.