Category: Group Theory

Systems Development Life Cycle (SDLC)

The Systems Development Life Cycle (SDLC) is a methodically-built multistep process used for providing a project framework for both technical and non-technical activities. While similar to the Project Life Cycle (PLC), which merely grants a project a life span, consisting of product development, market introduction, growth, maturity & […]

Reasons IT Projects Fail

First, I want to touch on the mention of IT making the world flatter; while I immediately thought of the many funny memes out there, I see the point in his statement. Due to technology’s significant impact on the world by connecting us all, major world events and […]

Accenture’s Project i6

In March July 2016, the Scottish Police Authority’s (SPA) ‘Project i6, a proposed IT system intended to manage a large amount of daily-generated police data, failed to save the organization an estimated £200 million savings over ten years and was terminated. The i6 system was, on paper, relatively […]