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Windows 10: Softening the Sting

September 9, 2015

Part 1 of the Desktop Disruptions Blog Series For IT teams, it seems there is always an imminent project or time sensitive initiative creeping up that is threatening to derail both business-as-usual functions and hopes for focusing on strategic contributions to the business. This blog is the first of the « Read More

Out of Sight, Out of Mind – Key to Being a Healthcare IT Superstar

September 8, 2015

Take a look at the photograph below. At quick glance you know a few things instantly: it’s a healthcare setting, there’s a patient in need, a medical team is rushing to help and time is of the essence. When I see photos like this, my first question is, “does the « Read More

Organizations Need Disruptive Innovation to Survive

September 8, 2015

When Airbnb threatens to become the largest hotelier within just a few years, and you own a large hotel chain – what do you do? When an innovator like Tesla begins to turn the auto industry upside down, and you have hundreds of billions invested in traditional manufacturing plants – « Read More

A More Human Way to Do – Delivering Technology to People, not Devices

August 26, 2015

This past weekend I was catching up on my guilty pleasure, Master Chef, when I saw my first Windows 10 TV commercial ‘The future starts now’. (Thanks to my husband who was slow with the remote skipping commercials, I actually watched this one). Besides being a feel-good video, the ending tag « Read More

A World Without Testing

August 25, 2015

Have you ever thought of how the world would be without testing? Interesting enough, even as testers, sometimes we just do our jobs not really thinking about the impact of our work or our efforts as a community. By applying our knowledge, techniques, methods, experience and even “gut” we DO help this « Read More

Three Failings of IT-Irresponsible CEOs

August 19, 2015

Everyone says IT should engage more with the business, and there is truth in that statement. However, if we’re honest, IT has probably put in more effort engaging with the business than the business has put into engaging with IT. More specifically, C-level executives have not taken ownership of IT « Read More

Fun in the Sun with UEM and Healthcare

August 4, 2015

It’s the dog days of summer and if anything says fun in the sun, it has to be User Environment Management (UEM)! Kidding… Tracey Mustacchio, CMO here at RES, recently posted a blog on UEM that got me thinking about summer and UEM (also known as workspace management, user virtualization, « Read More

To Agility, Security and Beyond – Insight from the RES Customer Advisory Board

July 23, 2015

At the Gartner IT Operations Strategies & Solutions Summit I heard that “83% of CEOs rate agility as the highest requirement for business. But security has been an inhibitor to agility.” At the same time, according to Ovum Research, “93% of the orgs they surveyed were looking to increase or « Read More

Is UEM Technology a Destination – Or Much More?

July 15, 2015

RES had its start over 15 years ago when our Founder and CTO, Bob Janssen, had the idea to fix some big gaps in the way desktop technology platforms deal with their users. Basically… How Does IT Make Changes To Desktop Technologies Without Disrupting The People Who Use Them? I « Read More

A Seat at the Table: Better IT Service Delivery for Better Patient Care

July 8, 2015

I’ve learned that one of the aspirations many healthcare IT leaders have is to earn a seat at the table. What table? I’m talking about the business table – where business decisions are made. In other words, most healthcare IT organizations want to make the transition from back-office technical support « Read More