GDPR – The journey has only just begun

As a marketing professional, this week has been quite unlike any other. The implementation date for GDPR has really focussed minds and although some say, “it’s not a deadline”, the reality is that it has been treated that way by many. As has been the case for many of you, here at LANSA, there’s been …

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Back-end, Front-end, Middleware, Sideways Developers … But Why?

US News & World report named “software developer” the number 1 job for 2018. Growth in demand for software and application development skills is a trend that’s expected to continue as organizations in every industry transform and optimize with better software for their team members and customers.  With the convenience and reach of mobile apps, …

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Braum’s Speeds Mobile App Development with LANSA

Interested in building mobile apps but don’t have mobile app developers on staff? Braum’s Ice Cream & Dairy Stores felt the same pain. The way the company saw it, they could either hire mobile developers, outsource development or find a platform they could train their existing team to use. Given the choice, Paul Clark, Braum’s …

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Shadow IT: Friend or Foe?

IT departments like to think of themselves as gatekeepers to their organization’s infrastructure and systems—but that’s not always the case. The term “shadow IT” is now commonly used to describe software applications built and deployed without any organizational approval or support from the IT department. These projects typically happen because IT is seen as unresponsive …

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Taking Shadow IT Out and Into The Light

“We’ve all got a job to do”. While that may be true, it’s precisely the type of thinking that sometimes leads to ungoverned technologies roaming free throughout a business. The term is ominously known as “shadow IT” and it’s when an otherwise well-meaning employee or department goes rogue and downloads, builds or deploys a technology …

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