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Be Your Company's IT Hero: Move Fast - Don't Break Things

Speed gives advantage, so being your company's IT Hero has lots to do with acceleration - 

  • Get to market first with a novel solution, and you can capture consumer, media and funding mindshare. 
  • Develop a reputation for delivering new features quickly, and stop worrying so much about customer churn. 
  • Learn to fix outages in 1/10th the time, save millions and protect your organization against existential risks.

This series of solution briefs will offer perspectives on how IT Heroes can help their organizations move faster, while also avoiding breaking things. The first in the series, Move Fast - Don't Break Things, takes a deep dive into how agility and automation enable speed.

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