Scalability, reliability, usability, dependability and portability are all important in good times, but they become your tech lifeline in a crisis.
A well designed and defined process, supported by effective and tested procedures, can enable any organization to respond and continue through any disruption to provide the normal level of service to its customers and stakeholders. But how do you build and maintain a resilient organization while also accounting for human factors?
Technology Association of Oregon and Catalyte hosted an online technical resiliency discussion on Tuesday, July 21st where participants will have the chance to identify constraints and weak points across their systems, and learn how focusing on human intersections within those systems allows you to see problem areas, and resolve them, more holistically.
Don Wolff, CTO I Portland Public Schools
Mike Oliver, Co-Founder & Head of Product I Alma
Catalyte finds and develops technology talent others can’t. Its Odyssey workforce development platform provides new opportunities for exceptional tech talent and powers transformational software engineering ‒ when, where and how it’s needed. The company uses AI to close the talent gap and produce sustainable and diverse technology workforces. With development centers in Baltimore, Boston, Chicago, Denver, Phoenix-Scottsdale and Portland, Ore., Catalyte offers a range of specialized engineering services that accelerate business outcomes.