Updating your Enterprise System Gently – without cracking any eggs I don’t think anyone could have predicted that Fortune 500 companies (among many others) would be running software written in the 1960’s and 70’s today. But for the same reasons that’s been going on, that situation pe
Redaction is the permanent deletion of data from documents (insert sigh-of-relief here!), but there is much more to know about redacting content and data to keep in mind. Here are 5 things to consider: 1. Increased Regulations Increased regulations center around one major point: prote
As of September 2015, most people are not able to run Java client software (including applets) in the most popular browser in the USA today. If you’re not up to date on browser popularity, I’m talking about Chrome, which has achieved a market share of 40%-60%, depending on the source.
Lawsuits of all kinds plague the world’s top corporations. Looking at the contractual requirements facing the larger companies today and reading between the lines, you can almost feel their daily pain. So much new language in contracts is related to painful incidents that have occurre
Recently I vacationed in Cozumel, Mexico. It was not a bad way to spend a week away – okay, it was a really nice way! Instead of a hotel, I rented a condo via VRBO, where I could check out a description, photos and reviews of the unit and the location before I committed. One day durin