DevOps Learning Links

Related to an earlier blog with case studies are the following links to DevOps learning which we commonly share with customers. This material has been assembled over the last 2 years by the team at Daysha through attendance at meet up’s in Dublin and London, conferences we have attended in Europe and the US and […]

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2014: Will we see the death of the RFP?

Let’s say you are a global IT firm in need of a partner to help develop a competitor to Apple’s iPhone. How will your requests to prospective outsourcing partners read? Will you ask for a smart phone designed to do exactly what the iPhone does (choice number one)? Or will you ask for a more […]

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Why Apple Is Leading The Way On BYOD

Something that comes up time and again in our conversations with customers is the issue of BYOD (Bring Your Own Device). Since the launch of the iPhone and iPad, the growth in mobile device and personal technology has been accelerating. Not so long ago corporations controlled access to mobile computing devices for their employees. Now […]

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How BYOD Will Change The Way We Work

The increase in the number of employees now bringing their own devices (BYOD) into the modern working environment is only going to increase in popularity and regularity. For those of us old enough to recall the first wholesale roll out of desk top computers into offices across the globe the relatively new phenomenon of employees […]

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IT Project Management and Design Thinking

Successful IT projects achieve deadlines and budget but also deliver real business results. Try this test: ask your IT project managers to articulate specific business outcomes that users expect. If the answers are murky or unclear, then perhaps it’s time to bring your team closer to the users. At Daysha we use Design Thinking to achieve […]

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