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Can You Balance Security and Employee Productivity?

March 16, 2015

It’s all over the news…the rise of corporate security incidents.  Besides the commonly recognized data security breaches like hacks (I unfortunately discovered that I was one of the millions of Anthem insurance breach victims when I recently received a letter about free credit monitoring), there are many other culprits in « Read More

Research & Development Summit – Trust and Understanding

March 9, 2015

RES Software has software development centers in the US, the Netherlands, and Romania. We firmly believe that one of the most important factors to making a global software development approach successful is for the members of these teams to really get to know each other. That means knowing that Dave, « Read More

Agile Enterprises Require Agile Workplaces

March 3, 2015

Agility, the power of moving quickly and easily, is an absolute imperative for the 21st century enterprise as markets have become incredibly dynamic. Oil costs can drop impulsively, impacting everything from airline profitability to the value of the ruble. Companies like Uber and Airbnb became dominant players in their respective « Read More

RES Service Store – The Video

February 27, 2015

Last year, we introduced the RES ONE Service Store which allows employees to have a single destination where new applications and services can be requested and returned.  We’ve gotten great feedback from customers as this has allowed them to add a “face” to IT for the business.  They are experiencing improved « Read More

Empowering Your Clinicians Is Key to Any Healthcare Technology Strategy

February 26, 2015

In the last 18 months or so there has been a strong shift towards patient engagement. The Health Secretary himself, Jeremy Hunt, has indicated that rather than focusing on reactive care, the NHS is determined to get on the front foot and move towards a proactive system. This approach focuses « Read More

For Healthcare Systems Security, Your Approach Matters

February 19, 2015

On April 12th, I’m attending the Healthcare Information Management Systems Society (HIMSS) annual conference. This year’s theme is Staying Ahead of the Curve. This got me thinking: In what area of healthcare IT would it be most important to stay ahead of the curve? I can’t think of a better « Read More

Are You Equipped to Win the Latest Battle Facing IT?

February 13, 2015

It’s 2015 and the workplace is anything but static. People are working from anywhere, on any device (or multiple devices), anytime. With that freedom comes the expectation that IT delivers to them the technology they want, when they want it. For example, here I am writing this blog at 2am, « Read More

Reflecting on CAMP IT

January 29, 2015

Just before the Thanksgiving Day holiday, I delivered a presentation to a group of IT professionals at the CAMP IT ITSM conference in Chicago, Illinois. Many of the attendees that I spoke to were either in the process of setting up a Service Management Office at their company or, having « Read More

RES Software – A Look Back at Product Management 2014

January 20, 2015

Like many of my colleagues, I had a chance to take some time off at the end of the year to recharge my batteries and celebrate the holidays. In between visits with family and friends, exchanging gifts, eating too much and watching some great (and not so great) movies and « Read More

Speed, Safety and Consumerized IT

December 22, 2014

Consumerized IT can make security people nervous. Giving users more control over the services they consume, after all, seems inherently unsafe. Business people, on the other hand, have concerns about speed. They want immediate access to the IT services they need to do their jobs. Many assume that these twin « Read More