Recorded June 2, 2016 A conversation about the VirtusaPolaris InsightLive software development tool between TAC founder and chairman Alan Guibord, and VirtusaPolaris executive VP of…
Recorded July 24, 2015 A conversation about Demand Management between TAC president Peter Schay and TAC expert Patrick Savard, who consults with Fortune 500 businesses…
A conversation with TAC President Peter Schay, and TAC Founder Alan Guibord, a frequent speaker on IT leadership, organizational strategy, future trends in IT, and cybersecurity.
A conversation with TAC President Peter Schay and guest Bruce Guptil, TAC expert and skilled speaker, media contributor, and author of hundreds of research notes, reports, blog posts, articles, and presentations on business IT change, strategy, tactics, planning, acquisition, and value, from cloud, mobile and social IT, to digital business transformation, to changing IT roles and value.
A little more than a year ago, TAC went live with a new website. The reason for the update then was to give the site…
Monitoring has evolved to mean much more than just managing the network components in the IT production data center. In the good old days, a Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) management product was sufficient to manage all the network components. For today’s complex IT environments, we need a multi-tier monitoring architecture.
Unfortunately, employees tend to forget or disregard policies, especially mobile security policies, so they may engage in risky behavior without thinking about it. They’re generally unaware of the potential risks, and often treat their mobile device like their company PC, assuming it’s secured by IT.
I’ve been using the Windows 10 Technical/Insider Previews (slow ring, now build 10130) on my primary work laptop since October, and it’s clear to me that in Windows 10 Microsoft has successfully salvaged the Metro/WinRT technology, introduced with Windows 8, to create a winning new OS version.
Designed as a stand-alone, on-demand advisory service for the occasional user, the TACwizard has no seat licenses, no restrictions on the use of information internally, and no strings attached.
Everyone likes to be asked for advice. In fact many companies have made a good living by giving advice. But have you ever noticed that these same companies always wrap their research in “safe harbor” statements? Ever wonder why?