Can you run a small to medium sized business without on-premise technology? We will show you if that is possible or not.
Finding the best way to support professional development in a team.
Cyma has been looking at some of NZ's biggest organisations and we found that the biggest questions, concerns and risks that NZ organisations had in regards to adopting the cloud were these 7 so we take a look at them for you. We made an easy to read info-graphic for you to enjoy.
We have reached out to some of New Zealand’s biggest cloud experts, we wanted to know their thoughts on the cloud and how it can benefit NZ businesses.
You know what cloud-computing is and are contemplating how it could benefit your business. Here are some top benefits of cloud computing:
As many organisation are starting to understand how to use Cloud services (and Cloud providers themselves are maturing), there will no doubt be some mistakes along the way. If you find yourself in a position where you decide to exit, you want to make the transition to another Cloud provider (or back on premise) to be as smooth as possible.
Sometimes when you read a lot of what is written about the cloud you get the impression that if your organisation isn’t there, right now, that you must be missing something - everything can go in the cloud, right?
We architects like creating models, but do we ever ask ourselves what exact questions users have? Who will be the users of the model, what’s important to them, what are their use cases? What does a good model do that allows them to get the answers they need more easily?
For people who come from a software architecture background and have used UML as their primary visual language to describe technology systems, ArchiMate can sometimes seem like a sort of inferior cousin - kind of the same family, but not quite.
We make great use of pictures in all types of architecture work, whether it is in the form of component diagrams in detailed solution architectures or core diagrams in the more abstract enterprise architecture domain.