enterprise agility

Achieving Enterprise Agility Through Human & Machine Orchestration

“Enterprise agility is a company’s ability to outperform the competition and drive growth in new, ambiguous situations by learning and adapting when confronted with foreseen and unforeseen circumstances, dilemmas, crises, and complex problems.”   For many enterprises, this means adopting DevOps practices and moving towards increased automation. However, there is far more to Enterprise Agility…

Automation Should Augment People, Not Replace Them

It’s a popularly-held view that machines and automation will make the human workforce obsolete in the near future. According to a study by Korn Ferry, “44% (of 800 leaders) said they believe the prevalence of robotics, automation and AI will make people “largely irrelevant”.” Worldwide, the share of the economy devoted to labour has fallen…

Integrations

Cutover Enterprise Now Supports Integrations

“The first rule of any technology used in a business is that automation applied to an efficient operation will magnify the efficiency.” – Bill Gates Any CIO will tell you that their dream is to reduce the amount of time that people spend doing manual and repetitive tasks, to free them up for thoughtful work…

technical debt

Addressing Technical Debt Requires Business and IT Alignment

Global enterprises are facing an ever greater challenge when dealing with their complex legacy IT architectures. Complexity leads to a higher level of risk and can also create barriers to the adoption of new technologies. This article looks at technical debt and how it can be addressed. The increased infrastructure complexity of many global IT…

expertise meets data

The Best Results are Achieved When Expertise Meets Data

‘Human Bridges’ Key dependency individuals, or “human bridges”, take on most of the responsibility for coordinating critical business activities such as complex release management, disaster recovery testing and service recovery events. Human bridges come into their own when the usefulness of predictable process runs out and experience and resourcefulness are required to bridge the gap…