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Project management

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Platform Religion Leads To Bad Business Decisions

I have been accused of being a Microsoft fanboy which has probably become more true as the years go by. Of course this is due in great part to the fact that developing for Microsoft technologies allows me to feed my family. In truth though, despite my reservations about other platforms, I am pragmatic when it comes to recommending implementations for clients. You should always take into account things like existing installed technologies, development team capabilities and ROI when determining the ......

PSC Group Releases Project Risk Profiler Windows Phone Application

PSC Group is proud to announce that the Windows Phone version of its Project Risk Profiler application is now available in the Marketplace. This application allows project managers and stakeholders to evaluate the high level risks and benefits associated with proposed project before committing to it. The application is based on a methodology used by PSC when initiating projects and is a port of the iPhone version of the application. Each negative and positive attribute of a project is given a raking ......

Change Control Processes

The evolution of an IT department is always something interesting to observe. The is especially the case when they move from small departmental IT groups to corporate level oversight. It is usually painful for the people involved to give-up their ability to modify servers on the fly and conform to rigorous testing and documentation. Having the keys to your environments taken away can really feel like getting stabbed in the back especially when the new deployment team is still working out there processes. ......