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Business Agility for Communication Service Providers: A Few Simple Steps Are a Great Way to Start
In today’s market, customers have no patience for companies that let their size and complex product lines slow them down. The challenge for communication

when to use agile methodologies  and determine how and when to increase the number of product offerings to keep pace with marketplace demand. More successful product launches. Leveraging a next-generation configuration solution can help CSPs gain better visibility into when a product can be available to the market. It can also ensure that the new product is truly aligned with customer demand, thus improving the effectiveness of marketing campaigns, the success of the product launch and subsequent return on the marketing spend. And, with Read More

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Keys to Implementing Project Portfolio Management
Project portfolio management (PPM) is a tool-supported process for optimally managing an organization’s “portfolio” of projects. And although PPM can provide

when to use agile methodologies  in the early stages when PPM needs to be established with people, not imposed on them. 3. Secure Executive Support Surveys show the biggest challenge for implementing PPM is lack of adequate executive support. Because PPM involves instituting a strategic, value-focused, decision-making perspective throughout the organization, it must start at the top in order to successfully spread below. Ideally, the CEO or president should be your main champion. Also, introducing PPM into an organization requires a Read More
How to Start a No-fail Project, Part 3: Planning for Success
An estimated two-thirds of IT projects aren’t completed on time or budget, while 15 percent are cancelled entirely. But your IT project doesn’t have to be a

when to use agile methodologies  task to several people. When this happens, no one feels responsible for the task because they assume that someone else will take the lead. If you have multiple people working on the same task, split the task into parts and assign responsibilities accordingly. 3. Keep Everyone in the Loop Consensus and cooperation are key contributors to project success, accomplished only by keeping all team members and stakeholders involved throughout the process. It is therefore important that everyone is given a say in Read More
6 IT Resolutions You Can’t Afford NOT to Make for 2009
Yes, we know everyone had a great New Years party. We saw the ball drop from Big Apple, watched celebrations all over the globe, and optimistically made the

when to use agile methodologies  for positive change, especially when it comes to improving your business position. Here are few important ones: consider mergers and acquisitions (M&A) to better leverage your long term strategies innovate and go beyond your domain of expertise; explore new sectors outsource or offshore some of your projects & negotiate existing contracts hire new energetic graduates with a “Can Do” attitude Initiate continuous quality improvement processes by adopting new development methodologies or introducing new Read More
10 Steps to Better Software Test Automation
Maybe you’re considering software test tools for the first time. Or maybe you have experience but think your existing software test automation process needs

when to use agile methodologies  you will hear yes when you talk to the members of your QA and Development teams. Ask them the following: Does QA feel that: They always find themselves at the end of the process? The application is given to them for testing when all possible deadlines for development are blown? There is never enough time for testing the release properly? They are the ones who are being blamed for a late release? Do developers feel that: The defects that are given to them to fix should have been caught much earlier in Read More
The High Cost of Change for ERP: What Does it Cost to Keep Up to Date?
Companies are finding it difficult and costly to update and modify enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems after they have been installed. The question isn’t

when to use agile methodologies  High Cost of Change for ERP: What Does it Cost to Keep Up to Date? Companies are finding it difficult and costly to update and modify enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems after they have been installed. The question isn’t whether an ERP solution supports change, but rather at what cost? How quickly can adjustments be made, and what stresses do such changes place on the organization. To answer these questions, this paper provides results from a survey of senior finance executives. Read More
Managed Services: How to Adapt to the Channel Model of the Future
Low margins, a boom in the managed services sector, and a decreasing reliance on client–server-based infrastructures are drastically changing the business

when to use agile methodologies  Services: How to Adapt to the Channel Model of the Future Low margins, a boom in the managed services sector, and a decreasing reliance on client–server-based infrastructures are drastically changing the business landscape for many traditional IT channel players. This paper assesses the challenges facing the IT channel and describes how IT resellers can transform the growing demand for managed services from a threat into a key opportunity for future business success. Read More
How to Compare the Real Cost of Accounting Software: 30 Questions to Ask Before You Sign the Contract
Once you decide it’s time to upgrade the enterprise resource planning (ERP) for accounting system, the next question is: “How much does it cost?” However, many

when to use agile methodologies  to Compare the Real Cost of Accounting Software: 30 Questions to Ask Before You Sign the Contract Once you decide it’s time to upgrade the enterprise resource planning (ERP) for accounting system, the next question is: “How much does it cost?” However, many variables factor into the total project price—and software is only a fraction of that. Discover 16 insider tips that can help you save money, as well as 30 specific questions to ask your software vendor, so you can avoid hidden costs and Read More
From Lead to Money: A Step-by-Step Guide to More Deals in Record Time
Lead to money spans all aspects of the process from when leads are generated to when revenue is brought in. All companies have a lead to money process, but

when to use agile methodologies  of the process from when leads are generated to when revenue is brought in. All companies have a lead to money process, but often haven’t invested the time and resources needed to streamline it. The main goal of this process is help sales close deals as effectively and quickly as possible. But there are five main processes taking place simultaneously, often disjointedly. This white paper covers each of these five processes and the way each needs to evolve to become more streamlined. Read More
The High Cost of Change for ERP: What Does It Take to Keep Up-to-date?
Businesses of all sizes and in all industries are finding it difficult and costly to update and modify enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems after

when to use agile methodologies  High Cost of Change for ERP: What Does It Take to Keep Up-to-date? Businesses of all sizes and in all industries are finding it difficult and costly to update and modify enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems after installation. The question isn’t whether a typical ERP solution supports change, but rather at what cost? Learn what midsize companies are doing about maintaining, modifying, and updating their ERP systems post-implementation, and what you could be doing better. Read More
CMS Is to Content as SOA Is to Enterprise Applications
There’s no disputing the fact that content management systems (CMS) and service-oriented architecture (SOA) are closely related. From reuse, the ability to

when to use agile methodologies  Is to Content as SOA Is to Enterprise Applications There’s no disputing the fact that content management systems (CMS) and service-oriented architecture (SOA) are closely related. From reuse, the ability to loosely couple service and functions, to being able to combine services into a new form, SOA and CMS share many common threads in the enterprise world. Find out how the forces that have made SOA so important today are now doing the same for CMS in web site management. Read More
What Small Staffing Agencies Need to Know to Protect Themselves and Their Clients
For small staffing agencies, background screening of temporary employees is not only a key component in protecting their customers and their business, but also

when to use agile methodologies  Small Staffing Agencies Need to Know to Protect Themselves and Their Clients For small staffing agencies, background screening of temporary employees is not only a key component in protecting their customers and their business, but also necessary to compete with large staffing agencies that typically employ such vetting procedures as a matter of course. This industry brief outlines the risks that arise from bad hires and how careful background screening can mitigate those risks. Read the white paper. Read More
A Guide to Microsoft’s BI Ecosystem—Understanding Microsoft’s Approach to BI for the Enterprise
In the last 4 to 5 years, the business intelligence (BI) and data management scene has evolved at an incredibly fast pace. Software pioneer Microsoft has

when to use agile methodologies  Guide to Microsoft’s BI Ecosystem—Understanding Microsoft’s Approach to BI for the Enterprise In the last 4 to 5 years, the business intelligence (BI) and data management scene has evolved at an incredibly fast pace. Software pioneer Microsoft has extended the reach of its enterprise software solutions to the BI and analytics space by offering a wide variety of software applications to enterprises for performing BI and analytics capabilities based on different organizational needs and requirements. Read More
From Problems to Ideas through to Innovation
Unsurprisingly, research shows that the majority of companies see their future predicated on how well they can innovate. However, just throwing IT technology at

when to use agile methodologies  Problems to Ideas through to Innovation Unsurprisingly, research shows that the majority of companies see their future predicated on how well they can innovate. However, just throwing IT technology at issues in the hope that innovation will happen is not viable. Ideas are ephemeral and easily crushed within the wrong environment. Creating a suitable culture, allied with a well implemented idea management approach combined with strong leadership, is required. Read More
5 DNS Security Risks That Keep You Up At Night (And How To Get Back To Sleep)
DDoS, cache poisoning, footprinting, oh my! Who knew that there were so many ways to threaten the security of your DNS? Read this white paper to find out all of

when to use agile methodologies  DNS Security Risks That Keep You Up At Night (And How To Get Back To Sleep) DDoS, cache poisoning, footprinting, oh my! Who knew that there were so many ways to threaten the security of your DNS? Read this white paper to find out all of the scary details about these attacks and what you can do to prevent them. Read More

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