In the past few months, telemedical services have been exploding to the point that they struggle to onboard new customers. Once the COVID-19 is over, will telehealth get pushed to the fringes of healthcare, or become the new normal?
In the ideal world, high-load systems should be able to survive – and quickly recover from – sudden traffic spikes, server outages, and interruptions to Internet connectivity. How do you know if they will? This is what "chaos engineering" is for.
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When a company needs to extend its IT expertise beyond its in-house capabilities, it turns to external software vendors for help. While the company may look okay, there are some non-obvious red flags to watch out for as you conduct your research.
Government IT projects are best known for their multi-million-dollar budgets. They also tend to run for years on end and, when they fail, it creates a lot of controversy in the media, because there is taxpayers’ money involved. But why do they fail?