Month: June 2022

Capstone IT Expands IT Staffing to Serve the Needs of a Surging Salt Lake City Market

Capstone IT Expands IT Staffing to Serve the Needs of a Surging Salt Lake City Market

Salt Lake City, UT. (June 21, 2022) – Capstone IT, an IT staffing services and IT solutions company, has expanded its workforce and operations in the Salt Lake City metropolitan area to better serve the growing business landscape in Utah’s capital. Through a combination of enterprise-level solutions and Servant Partnership™, Capstone IT plans on using expertise with publicly traded corporations and other nationwide contenders, empowering local organizations to grow their capabilities and thrive in the Utah job market.

4 Pillars of Application Modernization Strategy That Can Enhance Your Project ROI

4 Pillars of Application Modernization Strategy That Can Enhance Your Project ROI

After years of talk, we’re finally seeing proof the business world is embracing a long-delayed journey into widespread digital transformation. According to Rackspace’s The State of Application Modernization survey, two-thirds of 1,400 IT decision-makers from around the world said their business was engaged in digital transformation at a systemic level. This has promising implications for the ability of those businesses to elevate their performance and opportunities in the long run.

However, we don’t see the modernization process as having an endpoint. Organizations should always be looking to use the latest languages, frameworks, and platforms; not for their own sake, but as a way of adding the most value to business users, customers, and their overall enterprise.

When we see businesses doing this right, they almost always have an application modernization strategy consisting of very clear pillars that carry from one project to the next. What are they? Here are a few that we keep in mind in our own projects – and you should too.

You’re Ready to Embrace a Hybrid Work Policy. Here’s What to Prioritize

You’re Ready to Embrace a Hybrid Work Policy. Here’s What to Prioritize

Despite early skepticism, experts now admit the success of the remote work experiment. Even before organizations ironed out the kinks, studies like one recently published by Texas A&M were beginning to measure long-term effectiveness of work-from-home arrangements. They concluded moving outside of a physical office after a natural disaster (or pandemic) caused no loss in productivity but instead boosted resilience and in some cases increased individual output. …