New CIO Starter Guide: Initial 30 Day Goals – What Do They Expect From You?

By Frank Gump | February 17, 2020

Although the core facets of a new CIO job may have been outlined in a job description or the interview that followed an application, you may not truly know the reason the role is being filled.

New CIO Starter Guide: Initial 30 Day Goals – Who’s Your Boss… Really

By Frank Gump | February 10, 2020

As a CIO, there’s a good chance that you already know who your boss is; however, the person you perceive to fulfill that role may not actually be the one that truly evaluates your performance.

New CIO Starter Guide: Initial 30 Day Goals – Who Are Your Allies?

By Frank Gump | February 3, 2020

Modern CIOs must know how to create and develop strong relationships across the organization. During the process, you must also determine the individuals present

New CIO Starter Guide

By Frank Gump | January 27, 2020

If you are a new CIO or a seasoned professional taking on a new challenging role, knowing how to get started in your new role is one can be incredibly challenging yet essential for personal growth as a leader.

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5 Things You Need to Know Before Planning A Cloud Migration

By Frank Gump | December 14, 2019

While migrating solutions to the cloud can be helpful, it is often a large undertaking that can have drastic consequences if it doesn’t go smoothly. migrations will leave little room for error, and it is important to have the appropriate risk management solutions in place.

Cloud Migration: Should You Even Consider?

By Frank Gump | December 14, 2019

While the number of businesses moving their data to the cloud continues to grow, it may not be the best decision for every business. According to the most recent data available, nearly 81% percent of businesses are using cloud-based solutions and that number is only expected to grow. In this article, we will look at some of the benefits of moving your data through cloud migration and some of the things you should keep in mind while you consider the switch.