Sometime’s the work we do has greater meaning that far exceeds the business value of a contract or completed project.
Today we’re genuinely excited to share with you a successful collaboration with Lithium to design and implement online communities for SANE Australia, a national non-governmental organization (NGO) conducting innovative programs and campaigns to help people affected by mental illness lead a better life.
You can read the press release here. These communities help both those suffering from mental health issues and those caring for them. People are able to talk, hear from others, share ideas, learn from others’ experiences so that they don’t have to feel like they’re going through life alone. For a country as geographically big and expansive as Australia, this really helps reduce the feeling of isolation and remoteness that many people feel.
These communities are hosted across multiple agencies in Australia, fostering an even greater sense of community and offering even more help.
It’s earnings season and we announced our third quarter results this weekend. It was a solid quarter and we continue to see Digital Transformation driving customers as organizations look to move from simply being software-enabled to being software-driven.
You can read the press release here
The complete analyst presentation and fact sheet can be read here.
Education never stops at Persistent. It’s in our DNA and a part of everything we do. Just this November we announced the establishment of the Persistent Computing Institute. This weekend we kicked off our annual lecture series with Dr. Bjarne Stroustrup, the inventor of the C++ computing language. He captivated a packed house in Pune city and thousands more who joined through a live webcast, on how to write comprehensible, maintainable, re-usable, secure and most importantly correct C++ code.
Today we announced that Dr. Sid Chaterjee has joined Persistent as our new Chief Technology Office. Sid is an esteemed industry veteran who brings a rare mix of research and business expertise. You’ve heard us talk a lot about digital transformation and our technology pedigree is what sets us apart from others. As our CEO Dr. Anand Deshpande said “Technology is what has always set Persistent Systems apart… After all, without technology, there is no going digital and certainly no digital transformation.”
Sid wrote a recent blog on LinkedIn, which will give you some insight to his thinking:
You can read our press release here.
Microsoft operates Microsoft Azure in data centers around the world. Often you need to copy your existing deployments from one data center to another. For instance, as Microsoft introduces new data centers, you may want to move to the nearest data center for better performance. Currently, customers develop custom solutions to meet such requirements. To ease migrations, Persistent Systems working closely with Microsoft has developed an open source ‘Azure Data Center Migration Solution’ for automatically copying an entire IaaS deployment on Azure from one location to another. This solution is simple to use, customizable, field tested and optimized for performance.
Click here to read the complete post by our experts. Hey, anytime we get to use words like atomicity we’re excited!