For the modern IT department, speed is the name of the game. The business demands new solutions faster than ever. The problem is, IT is already overworked. How can they quickly deliver the applications the business needs, without expanding their team?
Nic Grange CTO at Retriever shares his input with mrc’s cup of Joe’s blog post by helping to explore the concept of low-code development, and explain how it helps businesses solve the issue of an overworked IT department.
What are you reading this summer? The Enterprisers Project asked IT executives (including Retriever’s CTO) which books had the most impact on them.
Digital transformation–the reinvention of an organization through the use of digital technology to improve performance–is a priority for many businesses these days.
However, it’s no easy task. Businesses will encounter many hurdles on their digital transformation journey. In this article, mr C explores 6 such roadblocks and explain ways around them. Nic Grange, CTO at Retriever Communications features in this blog to helps to explore the issue.
The guys over at the Enterprisers Project asked IT leaders (including Retriever’s CTO) to share their thoughts on the worst habits in IT, and they came up with this list. Is your IT organization guilty of any of the below?
Our friends over at The Enterprises Project have created a mini-series on Productivity Hacks, where they share tips, tricks, and hacks from IT leaders who have found efficient ways to manage their time.
Nic Grange, Retriever’s CTO has provided a few of his own ‘hacks’ on what helps him leverage the old productivity standby: the to-do list.