Get ready to wrap your arms around your data. Due to the rise of predictive engines, 2017 is the year when data will become more intelligent, more useable, and more relevant than ever.Read more
DevOps has emerged as the de facto cure-all for all that’s wrong with enterprise IT, breaking down silos and replacing them with agile and transparent relationships between developers and operations and seamless, fast workflows that drive greater efficiencies across IT. But legacy IT systems still need tending, even in a DevOps world. They must be secured and scaled, load-balanced, configured, backed up and monitored for compliance, without interruption to the enterprise—all considered infrastructure management tasks.
Wolf Ruzicka, Chairman at EastBanc Technologies shares best practices to deliver the audiences’ needs through a flexible and efficient Content Management System (CMS)
DevOps has many benefits – continuous service delivery, fewer errors, faster problem resolution, and fast deployment times. In fact, according to Puppet's 2016 State of DevOps Report, DevOps-based IT organizations deploy 200 times more frequently and with lead times that are 2,555 times faster than those who don't.
The newly reorganized Department of For-Hire Vehicles is trying to change the way it uses and shares information with a cloud-based platform.Read more
Eric Hoffman, who is VP of Solutions and Services, describes EastBanc as “a custom software shop that builds partnership portfolios.” One of their areas of focus is helping capitalize on the IoT. They have deep skills in identity access management, mobile and cloud – with about 90 of their employees working closely with Azure and another 90 with Amazon.
American City & County’s Internet of Things (IoT) poll shows the following government sectors will be affected the most by IoT in the next five years:
When employees at Georgetown-based EastBanc Technologies have an idea for a viable new software product or services business, they have to follow the same steps as every other entrepreneur: find an office, hire a staff and raise seed money.