You are not married to public cloud boy!

Honestly, I am not checking my twits everyday –who really does it cast the first stone-, just a couple of days ago I’ve grabbed my phone to try the new twitter app version that I’ve updated since some weeks –BTW.  It was a nice change, I was a bit tired of the last one- and I’ve got interest on a twit from @elenaneira highlighting “Startups Move away from#Cloud” Probably this note is not a big surprise for so smart guys like you, but it makes me []

Teamwork means a better job for your customers

Attitude changes your entropy Attitude means culture Customers want their jobs done. More than a perfect job, they want it done. And usually to make a job done depends on more people than you, your team. Teamwork is essential. The best way to show teamwork is under unfavorable circumstances. Supposed you have agreed to finish a job for your customer at specific date. Over that date you haven’t finished it because your mate hasn’t supported you with his/her part. And when a []

CTO plays as transformation ambassador at IT providers

Based on Daniel Burrus’s Post “Today’s CTO: The Chief Transformation Officer”. I would say I’ve felt fully identified. Business is changing fast. Any company that wants to stay competitive needs to be in continuous transformation, this is the reason of my blog site’s name. I would say that a CTO’s standard role is to guarantee that most technology decisions must be align to company’s business goals. And this carry a lot of responsibilities, like to be in touch with any team in the []