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In the lobby of our headquarters in Chantilly, Virginia, the board games arrived one, two, sometimes three at a time. They were stacked neatly on the black tablecloth, little Lego pieces of compassion bound for tiny hands and big smiles.
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Cloud computing and the NFL draft are a lot alike. Lots of hype. Lots of buzzwords. Lots of intricate architecture, whether it's multi-cloud solutions of a certain draft analyst's unique coiffure. But both, if done right, can transform your organization. So at NJVC, we played cloud GM and drafted a seven-round strategy to cloud success. With the first pick, we select ....
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Every product you've ever bought has promised to make your enterprise run smoother, faster and more efficiently. So why is enterprise IT still so hard? It's not the products you have, it's the framework you and don't and the enormous mountain range you've built for your end users to scale.
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A hackathon -- a multi-day coding competition to create functioning prototypes -- looks like Google after a tornado strike. Power strips, backpacks, white boards and energy drinks lie around like the residue of a high-tech frat party. But an NJVC engineer found that in the mess of Red Bull and re-coding, everyone can learn three important lessons.
- By July 30th, 2015Read More »
If cars were built like IT enterprises, you would, at this moment, probably be starting your exhaust system. Or you might be searching for the access point to your electrical system, logging into your cooling system or putting a request in to start the drive train. Perhaps you’d be on hold with customer support as you forgot your password to unlock your tires.