One of my favorite scenes from Dead Poet’s Society is when Robin Williams’ character steps up on his desk and asks his students why he’s doing it. No one gets it right, so he answers: “To see the world differently.” When is the last time you decided to look at things differently? My guess: it’s been awhile. So, let’s look at things differently. “We Are Afraid…” Romanian philosopher Emil Cioran once wrote: “We are afraid of the enormity of the possible.” If any quote could su
The Challenge A client going through a merger had to support the consolidation of two back office systems. The customer needed to determine how traffic would route in a converged environment to identify where equipment or circuits needed to be upgraded in order to support current and future demand forecasts. End-user, machine-to-machine, backup, and disaster recovery systems needed to work seamlessly to support the critical mission of the organization.
The Solution The custo
Turn on CNBC and watch the stock ticker go by for a few minutes. (I’ll wait.) Are you done? Good! What did you learn? It’s overwhelming, isn’t it? We live in an incredible time with vast amounts of data. But that’s a double-edged sword. We’ve been falsely led to believe that the more data, the better! We have yet to create our own set of internal filters to determine what data = relevant vs. what data = not relevant. Expertise Matters Put a Wall Street trader in front of CNBC
The Challenge The client initiated an aggressive growth campaign to increase market share and expand its service offering. This campaign consisted of organic and acquisition growth activities. These activities greatly increased the number of devices connecting to the corporate network. New locations, devices, and users needed an easy way to securely connect to the corporate network without adding additional corporate or IT staff. The Solution The client engaged Wholestack Sol