Adam Rauh



Adam Rauh has been working in IT since 2005. Currently in the data analytics space, he spent over a decade working in IT operations focusing on data analytics, security, leadership, and infrastructure support. He is passionate about data, operations, process frameworks and methodologies. He has spoken at, contributed to, or authored articles for a number of conferences, seminars, and user-groups across the US on a variety of subjects related to IT, data analytics, and public policy. He currently lives in Georgia. Connect with Adam on LinkedIn.

Recent articles

  • (R)Evolution: How to Carefully Evolve Your Metrics and Insights
  • Denial of Service Management: Risk, Response, and the 3 Cs
  • Speed to Adjust, Part 1: From Centralized to Decentralized IT
  • Hitting Pause: Dealing with Stress in the Workplace
  • Not-So-Artificial Intelligence: Understand the Importance of Citizen Data Scientists
  • The Cost of Doing Nothing: Why Keeping the Status Quo Is Hurting IT Departments
  • Keeping the Man Behind the Curtain: Transparency and Communication in ITSM
  • Spring Cleaning: How to Tidy Up Your Service Offerings to Achieve Success
  • Know Where to Search: Why Content Over Context Is Stifling Your Knowledge Base
  • The Power of Story for Your Data
  • Start Your Engines: How to Use Visual Indicators to Ramp Up New Hires
  • Using Data to Enable Business Relationships
  • Data vs. Metadata
  • IT Asset Management for Cybersecurity
  • The Advancement Myth: Rethink Leadership Strategies to Empower Growth
  • Clouding Your Judgement
  • Aiming for Exceptional Customer Service Is Costing Your Business
  • Use Custom Metrics for Insights into Your ITSM Data