Digital Transformation is not just about technology, it is a journey that all businesses should be looking into. It is not just a marketing term used by ICT products or services, but should be looked at as a integral part of every business or organisation for both medium size businesses and corporate.
Risk is a factor in many, if not most architecture decisions and can be a great tool to help make your case. This blog uses a case study to demonstrate how a risk based approach can be a great tool for architects.
Architect Governance can be hard to get right. For smaller organisations, do you need it at all? We share our thoughts and experience on Architect Governance for larger organisations in terms of what we’ve seen work well and not so well.
There are important lessons for us all to learn from the Cambridge analytica and facebook fiasco, the most obvious of which centres around information privacy and security, but it also warrants thinking about your company’s overall approach to risk management.
At Cyma, there is no set recipe, each roadmap is tailored for a company’s specific needs, but the key ingredients do include....
It’s critical to have a clear vision and direction for your Digital Transformation journey, but as with any journey, you will already be somewhere. The question is, do you know where you are?
To really get ahead you need to make disruption part of your strategy, and make change part of your culture. Look for ways that you can disrupt yourself rather than be disrupted, and create a work environment that encourages change and challenges the norm.
6 Easy ways to help you improve your current state.
Neil Forster has kindly contributed to our blogs on Software Audits, he has many years experience in the field. Some people would consider him as an expert when it comes to this topic. Check out his "secret sauce" for Software Audits that you can use in your organisation.
Although there are many approaches to undertaking a software product review, the approach outlined in this blog is based upon architectural experience.....