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Digital Transformation vs. Innovation: Where Should You Focus in 2020?

Published January 24th 2020

As we look forward to the new year and the new decade, it’s time for business leaders to identify how they want to drive their organization into the future. What new technologies, tools, processes—and, quite frankly, people—do you need to better serve your clients, stakeholders, employees, and community?

For 8 in 10 organizations, digital transformation has been a focus within the past five years. Meanwhile, 84% see innovation as key to success. So it’s likely either transformation or innovation will reach your whiteboard as a top initiative in 2020. But what do these terms really mean in practice? Aren’t they kind of synonymous? Well, not really. Once you dig into the meat of digital transformation, you realize it could lead to innovation. And if you can truly innovate, chances are you’ll need to transform your digital operations to follow through.

Where should you focus your efforts? That depends on the state of your IT and application teams along with your overall mission.

What Should You Do About Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 EOL?

Published January 13th 2020

Two major enterprise computing platforms are reaching their end of life this week. Tomorrow (January 14th), in fact. While this may seem like a last-minute blog entry, we know there are plenty of you out there still running Windows 7 on corporate desktops and Windows Server 2008 or 2008 R2 in your data centers.

Microsoft itself estimated that 60% of its Windows Server install base was still running 2008 back in August. Some of those instances may have been upgraded or migrated to cloud VMs, but we’re betting many of them remain. Unofficial estimates peg the number of Windows 7 machines worldwide at around 200 million.

Change can be hard, especially when your systems seem to be working properly and upgrading appears to be a complex and time-consuming endeavor. But operating systems that have reached End of Support open the door for vulnerabilities, bugs, and incompatibility with newer infrastructure. They also make it more difficult to deploy and support newer software that can improve employee efficiency and empower the business to drive revenue in new areas and to compete with others in the industry. With Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 End of Support upon us, what are your options?

Green House Data Adds Digital Transformation Expert Victor Tingler to Executive Team to Lead Enterprise Consulting

Published January 7th 2020

CHEYENNE, WYJan. 7, 2020Green House Data, a leading provider of digital transformation services for enterprises, has named Victor Tingler to its executive management team as senior vice president of digital transformation. In this role, Tingler will lead a diverse team of highly skilled and experienced technologists at Green House Data who will provide clients with advanced digital solutions aimed at transforming business processes, culture, and customer experiences to better meet current and future market demands.  

Tingler is an expert in disciplines that provide a comprehensive approach to transforming business to take advantage of innovative digital technologies across an organization’s ecosystem. As an authority on cloud automation and digital transformation solutions, he has consulted for numerous Fortune 1000 clients in the banking, healthcare, retail, and government sectors and has more than 30 years of development, operational, and management experience in the technology industry.

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