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Digital Transformation in Banking: Transforming Financial Services With Incident Management

Financial services institutions have been facing pressure to modernize their operations for years. But legacy architecture and processes—along with compliance regulations—have made rapid innovation difficult to achieve. Adding to this pressure are new, digital-first competitors who accelerate the need for financial services to deliver better digital customer experiences both more consistently and at scale.

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A Complete Guide to Enterprise DevOps

It’s easy to assume that DevOps only works for start-ups that build their culture from scratch, or for tech giants with cloud-native roots. But in reality, DevOps best practices can benefit everyone—from agile new businesses to decades-old enterprises. As a result, DevOps adoption is on the rise, with 74% of enterprises adopting DevOps in some form.

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5 Ways Unplanned Work Is Disrupting Your Business

Unplanned work is rising, with consequences ranging from unhappy customers and lost revenue, to employee churn and burnout. So what is the true business cost of wasted time? In this blog, we will explore how one employee’s wasted time can impact the whole company—from operations, to development and beyond.

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Enabling Customer Service With Full Visibility Into Customer-Impacting Issues

We are delighted to announce a new Status Dashboard for the Zendesk Customer Service integration. The dashboard enables customer service agents to have real-time visibility into major incidents that are impacting their customers within the Zendesk tool suite, so they can proactively update customers when an incident occurs.

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5 AIOps Trends for 2021

Recently, there has been a steep rise in the research and utilization of Artificial Intelligence (AI). While AI once seemed like nothing more than a fantasy from a sci-fi movie, AI technology is now very much a reality in our everyday lives. Artificial intelligence and machine learning are involved in many of our daily tasks, from search engines that finish your thought, to pulling up directions in Google Maps, and how your Facebook and other social feeds are so perfectly catered to your interests.

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Change is Inevitable: Just Ask GitLab, Buildkite, GitHub, Jenkins, Evolven, and More

If memory serves (it was over 20 years ago), that’s what the free t-shirt that Microsoft gave me for being an official Windows 98 beta tester said. And yes, being a beta volunteer required me to haul my desktop PC to Redmond, WA (from Seattle)…because…I guess that’s how it was done back then? I remember they gave us pizza, and I needed to install more RAM. As I said before, it was a while ago; however, the whole “change is inevitable” thing is still valid today.

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The DevSecOps Cultural Transformation

Let’s take a moment and think about security in your organization. Security is often separate from other engineering teams such as development, operations, networking, IT, and so forth. If you narrow down your focus to specifically releasing new software or features and functions in existing software, you’ll find that while development and operations are working together very quickly and efficiently, they’re still vaulting these functions and features over to security.

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Customer Experience: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

This article was previously published by Raconteur. Unmanageable workloads often have a knock-on effect on the customer experience (CX), and businesses can no longer afford to get this wrong. The expectation of an always-on experience and increasingly saturated markets can mean a poor experience will send customers elsewhere. And yet, many businesses are struggling to deliver the great customer experience that is demanded.