Yogi Schulz has over 30 years of Information Technology experience in various industries. Yogi works extensively in the petroleum industry to select and implement financial, production revenue accounting, land & contracts and geotechnical systems. He manages projects that arise from changes in business requirements, from the need to leverage technology opportunities and from mergers. His specialties include IT strategy, web strategy and systems project management.
Nearly daily headlines about hacker attacks, the continuing Snowden WikiLeaks revelations and large-scale data breaches such as the recent Target fiasco are unnerving many executives. News of these ostensibly unstoppable events is creating
Most managers in enterprises are also IT managers for their home IT -- unless they’ve delegated the role to their children. Many managers think IT is easy because they have successfully installed Microsoft
In some organizations, the delivery of information services (IS) is best described as a giant, never-ending version of the Whac-a-Mole arcade game. If this situation describes your organization, please take action. As a
If you’re struggling to make sense of the flood of data streaming into your organization, improving data management processes and applying visual analytics software are the solution to squeezing business value from it.
Have you launched smartphone and tablet apps that generated more customer complaints than sales? Has your call center been inundated by customer irritation rather than excitement? Such unhappy outcomes occur when companies fail
Published on: February 18th, 2014 Yogi Schulz @itworldca
I’m fascinated by the paradox that IS department budgets are cut during annual budget-setting exercises precisely when the demand for IT service for mobile apps, social media engagement, better security and improved data
Published on: January 15th, 2014 Yogi Schulz @itworldca