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MOM

MOM is a seasoned IT advisor, business consultant, and former programmer. She wrote her first program many years ago, on the UNIVAC I, in COBOL. After skating punch tape around all day, she got to talking and giggling with a co-worker and wrote a “hot or not” program ranking the eligible bachelors in the office. From there, MOM's career in IT took off, and she gained a reputation as a go-to advisor for technology solutions that revitalize business. Drawing from over 25 years in the ever-changing technology landscape, MOM has seen it all - from dramatic growth to dismal failure. Her history of "coming through in the clutch" has saved numerous projects (and businesses...and careers) from certain disaster, and we are proud to call on MOM for her wisdom, her savvy and of course, her advice.
The Distress Call: We're Offline

The Distress Call

Her systems crashed and you won't believe what this CEO did next

by MOM

The call from the West Coast came in to our Baltimore office on a Monday afternoon. The caller (we’ll call her Lois) was on Day 3 of a total system shutdown. She was officially in crisis. Lois’s firm – a … more

Data By The Book

You don’t know what you’ve got till it’s gone

by MOM

Big data, with all of its vastness and mystery – and confusion – is actually a remarkably straightforward concept: store everything for later analysis. Because once it’s gone, you can’t get it back. The end. Ok…so there’s more to the … more

sink-or-swim

When It’s Sink or Swim

Salvaging an IT project that couldn't fail

by MOM

The project was 90% there – but somehow still had 90% to go. The company was a go-to contractor for collecting and transporting x-rays, charts and other private patient information between hospitals, specialists and doctors’ offices. But the healthcare industry … more

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