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Interview: Peter Coffee on Leveraging the Web’s Transformation

By Noel Wurst    |    April 10, 2014    |    Development and Testing

Noel Wurst: Hello, this is Noel Wurst with Skytap and I am speaking today with Peter Coffee. Peter is the VP for Strategic Resource at salesforce.com and he's also...

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Caught! The Real Culprit of Shadow IT

By Noel Wurst    |    March 13, 2014    |    IT Operations

Once you learn the definition of shadow IT, it shouldn’t be too shocking to learn how widespread it is at companies large and small all over the world. I...

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On-Demand: The Concept of Hybrid Applications

By Alison Pinter    |    February 27, 2014    |    Development and Testing, IT Operations

​In our recent webinar, "The Concept of Hybrid Applications," Seth Payne, Sr. Technical Product Manager for Skytap, took a look at a growing trend amongst forward-thinking enterprise teams. With the...

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Will DevOps Become the Norm? Your Customers Sure Hope So.

By Noel Wurst    |    February 14, 2014    |    Development and Testing

All prognosticators, even us who simply roll out a single annual list, hope for two things: one, that your predictions get a lot of traction and shares across the industry,...

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Monthly Skytap Comic Strip Recap

By Noel Wurst    |    February 03, 2014    |    Development and Testing

We’ve turned ourselves into quite the cartoonists, well, we’re not drawing the comics, we’re using Bitstrips (which are really fun, and pretty addictive) but at least we...

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What’s Really Driving the Consumerization of IT?

By Noel Wurst    |    January 22, 2014    |    IT Operations

We hear all the time about the consumerization of IT. It almost gets as much prime headline real estate as big data, but now that we’ve all started accepting...

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How CI Is Coming to Mean “Continuous Innovation” in the Enterprise

By Noel Wurst    |    January 15, 2014    |    Development and Testing, IT Operations

Asking the question, “What is enterprise software?” or, “What is enterprise software designed to do?” will get you an infinite number of answers. I know, because I’ve asked this...

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CES 2014 Sees Increased Interest in the Enterprise

By Noel Wurst    |    January 10, 2014    |    Development and Testing, IT Operations

There was a time when CES was essentially only a toy store. That may sound absurd, but it’s true. The TVs, phones, video game systems, and computers were for...

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The Expectations of the Enterprise 2.0: An Interview with Matt McIlwain

By Noel Wurst    |    January 09, 2014    |    Development and Testing, IT Operations

Madrona Venture Group's Matt McIlwain discusses what the enterprise 2.0 means, and what brought us to this point in software development. Learn how BYOD policies, empowerment, and other innovative strategies all...

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Skytap CTO named Startup Technology Leadership Star

By Noel Wurst    |    January 08, 2014    |    Product Development

We don’t like to get too into the habit of patting ourselves on the back, so it’s always nice when someone else does it for you. The Puget...