Tag Archives: budget

Surprising Efforts: Debug vs Test vs Fix

In the last article on serverless, I referenced the old ad in the New York City subways for a trade school. Their tagline was similar to, “technicians will always be needed, because things always will break.” We technologists are familiar – intimately … Continue reading

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It’s Always Been a Matter of Trust

Yesterday, Vala Afshar tweeted out the following "You likely have to get management approval for a $500 expense… but you can call a 1 hour meeting with 20 people and no one notices." — Vala Afshar (@ValaAfshar) March 7, 2016 … Continue reading

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Security Spending: Part I, the Bottomless Pit

Today, we are honoured with the first of two guest posts in a series by Ted Lloyd, editor of OnlineCISO. Cybercrime has emerged as a multi-billion dollar business and spawned another mufti-billion dollar business to combat it. As 2014 closed, Gartner … Continue reading

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