In any Formula 1 race, the best driver in the best car normally has the best chance of winning. But all sorts of external factors can affect the outcome of a race, such as the track type and the weather conditions.
As a keen Formula 1 fan, the closest I’ve come to driving an F1 car is spending time in a single-seat racer at my local race track. It's an amazing experience: the acceleration, the braking and the controllability of the car are exhilarating, and leave you wanting more.
Posted by Martin Siddle | Feb 15, 2019
"Why bother upgrading?", I hear many people say. "The system is working fine, users are happy, and I've got a thousand and one other things to do". While all of this may be true, aside from the regulatory implications for why you need to stay up to date, (thanks GDPR!), there are many business benefits for organisations to be on the latest versions of software.
There's a reason why 'change' has remained a hot topic in business – it can be overwhelming, isn't bereft of risk, typically has significant Capex or Opex associated with it, and its management can be challenging.
Posted by Paul Jones | Jan 15, 2019
Following on from part one of this blog, here we look at how we moved forward to optimise performance, following an enlightening retrospective session.