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If you’ve ever seen a single episode of Star Trek, you’ve heard Captain Picard talk to his crew about Tachyon particles. So as not to disrupt the storyline, you continue watching, nodding along as if you know what he’s talking about. You don’t know, though. “Tachyon” sounds like technical space jargon. And, well, it is.
I think that we underestimated the importance of what we were building when we started developing Tachyon at 1E. We believed we were creating great tech, a veritable Swiss Army Knife of IT Operations and Security capabilities. We were wrong. The problem with Swiss Army Knives is that while they are a great thing to
Adrian Todd is Senior Product Manager for Tachyon. In this post, Adrian describes the business drivers behind the creation and launch of 1E’s newest product and highlights the difference between Tachyon and other solutions existing in the market. Tachyon. This amazing new platform from 1E allows you to hold an investigative conversation with all of your
Google “green technology” and this is what you’ll see: That sounds fantastic, right? You don’t get the full picture of what it is, though. What about the impact of non-green technology versus “green technology”? From saving and generating energy to utilizing non-toxic products, “green technology” incorporates multiple materials, people, and practices to achieve this stature. It’s
As we mentioned at the start of the year, our company one-word mantra for 2017 is “Velocity”. We are aiming high and moving fast. With this fierce approach to the year comes a reminder, (starting every Wednesday, in fact), that we must take the time in our fast paced ways to acknowledge what makes 1E
Managing software applications is a major challenge for IT organizations. It’s been estimated that an organization can have 1800 or more applications and admins can spend 90% of their time managing those apps. That effort is expensive for a business but there’s another area of application management that could be costing as much or even
In case you missed it and didn’t already know, Airbus takes their projects quite “seriously”. CEO Tom Enders sets his sights super high and wants everyone to know. He announced a projection to having full scale prototypes of revolutionary urban aircraft by the end of the year. It’s pretty ambitions—and unbelievably exciting, radical, and thought provoking. Like