Cloud Migration Lessons Learned

Cloud Migration Lessons Learned

Our technology teams have worked with clients of all sizes to plan and migrate their applications to cloud hosting environments. While each client’s challenges are different, we’ve seen some common themes and have developed a suite of best practices to address them. Some of our team’s best practices include: A cloud migration is a set of many smaller migrations Taking a...

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EX is the New CX

EX is the New CX

Unemployment rates are at the lowest levels in 18 years. That’s good news for the economy, and even better news for workers – but bad news for companies trying to recruit and retain talent. Instead of preparing for the next downturn, companies are scrambling to find the people they need to grow their businesses right now.…

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The New Azure Data Factory – Now with SSIS Compatibility

The New Azure Data Factory – Now with SSIS Compatibility

Recently, Microsoft released to General Availability, the newest version of Azure Data Factory (which you will see referred to as V2 in Azure). This is a major release that is a huge step up from the previous version of Azure Data Factory (read about the new features here). One of the most interesting new features is support for SQL Server Integration Services (SSIS) packages.…

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Using Customer Personas to Drive Human-Centered Design

Using Customer Personas to Drive Human-Centered Design

Too often, businesses make important decisions from an inside/out perspective; only thinking about what is important to the business but forgetting about the needs of their customers. How can organizations design something if they do not know who they are designing it for? Whether it is an in-store experience, a new technology, or a process for communicating with customers, businesses need to...

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Best Practices for AR App Development with the RealWear HMT-1

Best Practices for AR App Development with the RealWear HMT-1

Technology, and how we interact with it, is evolving every day. Someday, virtual overlays, like in Minority Report and Terminator, might not be science fiction. Augmented Reality (AR) and Virtual Reality (VR), two relatively new interactive experiences, have had their rises and falls throughout time as new technology became widely available, but not enough to sustain user engagement in the...

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The Business Value of Augmented and Virtual Reality

The Business Value of Augmented and Virtual Reality

While Augmented Reality (AR) and Virtual Reality (VR) technologies have languished over the past several decades, major technical advancements within the past few years have brought forth a resurgence of interest in these technologies. From the first AR/VR experiments in 1968, to the failure of the Nintendo Virtual Boy in the 1990s, to the explosive success of the Oculus Rift VR headset...

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Why Isn’t Treasury Management Customer Pricing Evolving? It Could be ‘Easier’!

Why Isn’t Treasury Management Customer Pricing Evolving? It Could be ‘Easier’!

I learned early in my career that listening to the customer leads to innovations. Those innovations ultimately make a big difference in the relationship between banks and customers. In recent years, through countless treasury management practitioner roundtables and interviews, a key theme I continue to hear is the unnecessary complexity of bank treasury management pricing. …

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