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Glenn Burnside
Glenn Burnside
Executive Vice President
Glenn Burnside serves as Executive Vice President of Operations, ensuring the successful, “zero-surprises” execution of all client projects through Headspring’s unique ROI-driven delivery framework.

A graduate of Texas A&M University, Glenn has been delivering software projects and leading development teams for over 15 years, ranging from high-speed data acquisition libraries to global e-commerce solutions, as well as enterprise products for both the medical and financial industries. He works with Headspring’s consulting staff, ensuring they are equipped to deliver insightful solutions to clients’ business needs. Glenn is an Eagle Scout, a Microsoft Certified Professional, and a Certified Scrum Master, and regular speaker at community user groups.

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IT’s complex cloud opportunity

I think we all recognize the permanence of the cloud by now. It tops many IT strategic roadmaps, because it impacts the technology organization and the business. It is a powerful enabler of both people and of digital initiatives. And the analyst-forecasted growth in...

Next Gen Continuous Delivery: A Cure For Your IT Disconnect?

According to many reports: Business interests are not confident in IT to deliver on the requirements in the new era of the digital business. In a recent interview with InformationWeek, EMC president, Jeremy Burton explains that in their survey of 3,600 global business...

Digital Enterprises Need a New Way of Thinking

To borrow a phrase: “Reinvent or die in a ruthless world.” Whatever it is you make, sell, provide, move from A to B — be it product or service — your customers expect your offerings to be available to them where and when they want them. For the IT...

Turning ‘Shadow IT’ from a Threat Into an Opportunity

According to a 2013 Frost & Sullivan study, more than 80% of line-of-business employees admit to practicing “shadow IT”: using SaaS applications without the knowledge or blessing of their IT groups.[1] It’s a practice that presents obvious security, data...