Windows Server

Cloud Transformation

Addressing Technical Debt

Technical debt is a term borrowed from the world of software development. It refers to the cost of short-term solutions and compromises that are made in order to meet immediate goals, but that ultimately result in a long-term cost to the system’s maintenance and scalability. Technical debt is not limited to software development, and IT infrastructure technical debt is a growing concern for many organisations. This article explores what IT infrastructure technical debt is and the impact it can have.


DHCP – when was the last time you looked at it?

It might not be a particularly exciting technology, but DHCP and similar services are a key part of your ability to deliver a service to your users, just like Active Directory, DNS, time synchronisation, and the core network itself. it’s easy to become complacent about the basics when you’re focussed on the next big thing.