More CEOs are setting bold IT innovation goals for their company. Meanwhile,
CIOs are tasked to quickly build the required business technology
infrastructure. What’s the primary motivation? The growing expectation that
all leading organizations will achieve their key strategic business
objectives via superior IT-enabled advancements.
In fact, a recent study found that 55 percent of survey respondents said
their environment will be changed ‘significantly’ -- 20 percent actually
said it will be ‘completely transformed.’ Such major transformations can
lead to significant competitive advantages, as long as the IT goals are
clearly articulated, according to the findings from a Harvard Business Review
(HBR) market study and associated report that was sponsored by Red Hat, Inc.
The apparent benefits extend beyond the traditional commercial enterprise.
For example, a $650 mil... (more)
How agile is your IT organization? Have you kept pace with the rapid
evolution of cloud computing services? Have you applied that cloud investment
to connect with your key stakeholders in the marketplace? Are you ready to
seize the opportunities from the emerging mobile cloud trend?
If you answered NO to any of these questions, you're at a competitive
disadvantage with your more digital savvy business technology peer group. The
leading organizations worldwide will rely on cloud infrastructure to achieve
commercial benefits that extend far beyond IT cost reduction goals.
Informed ... (more)
Strategic Leadership in the Digital Business Economy
Most forward-looking CEOs have already made their move to prepare for the
future that they foresee – where business technology is a key deciding
factor for them to attain ongoing commercial prosperity. This new
digital-propelled environment will profoundly change business processes,
along with the need for accelerated tech-savvy human capital development
across all industries.
Those leaders that catch the next wave of Internet-driven market development
will reap the rewards of the expanding Global Networked Economy. They’ll
May 22, 2014
If you're an executive that's concerned about the high-cost of proprietary
software, you're not alone. If your IT team pushes back whenever Line of
Business leaders ask them for feature enhancements that goes beyond the
limits of the commercial software packages they've licensed, then you already
know that frustration.
Are you wondering if there's an alternative to this legacy business
technology scenario? Consider Open Source Software (OSS) and follow in the
footsteps of the previously enlightened.
North Bridge Venture Partners recently announced the results of the e... (more)
The Emerging Business Technology Outlook for 2015
The savvy CEOs that approved significant investments in business technology
during 2014 are reaping the rewards of their first-to-market leadership
advantage. Meanwhile, executives at the fast-follower companies are no doubt
assessing how they plan to catch-up with the early-adopters of cloud services
This rapidly evolving IT transformation scenario is pervasive. It's happening
in every corner of the globe. So, what's the outlook for worldwide cloud
service adoption and how will the key trends impact cloud computing