Lanir Shacham

Slow Applications and the War Room

As business in the online arena come to learn sooner or later, a slow application creates a slippery slope that can be both time-consuming and expensive to recover from. No industry is immune; banks, travel agencies and search… Read More

IT Systems Eventually Add Up to Enormous Pains

I’m in pain. My upper back is killing me. I’m not sure what it is – whether it’s my recent athletic activities (marathon/triathlon); my surfing swimsuit, which has become more and more friendly with the icy cold water;… Read More

IT Reliability in Plain English

Posted by Lanir Shacham At Correlsense, we sell a software product called SharePath, which is the first coherent IT Reliability solution for enterprises. So what is IT Reliability? In general, it is about allowing IT staff to take control… Read More

The Wall

I ran my first marathon last month. I did a triathlon a few months before that, and I can undoubtedly state that a marathon is much, much harder. I trained for it for three months, and since I’ve… Read More

What End-to-End REALLY Means

First of all, I apologize to all my readers for not writing in a while, we had a very busy 4th quarter. One of the things we did was to participate in the CMG conference in Las Vegas. Well Vegas… Read More

Little Things

This post is for my fellow software vendors. Customers / partners / distributors / investors—please skip this. It is not for your eyes. Don’t you just hate the small annoying bugs? It’s the little things that shouldn’t have… Read More

Throwing Salt

I’ve never been to the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE). There were times I was visiting Manhattan once a month and Wall Street in general, but still—never been to the NYSE. So of course I was thrilled that… Read More

Goose Chase

There was no choice—we had to move. Although there is nothing more annoying than moving to new offices, we are growing. It took a while, but finally we found our new space and we had to do a… Read More

Gut Feeling

A startup company always needs more money. This is the basic truth of our existence. No matter how much money you raise, you need more. You need to expand, bring more business, more employees to support the new… Read More

Double Trouble

I was sitting in my living room reading a little bit, it was 1:00am, and suddenly I hear this annoying water-drop sound, repeating itself quite disturbingly. So I wandered around, and it turns out I had a leak… Read More

Ninety Percent of Everything is Crap

So everybody’s writing a blog these days. “Write a CTO blog!” Oren told me, “Everybody does.” Why? Do you really need to share your thoughts with everyone out there? Says who? I’m afraid someone out of my inner… Read More