The Myth of the RFP By Tony Greenberg A long time ago in a business not so far away, a king sat considering his fate. The weather had been poor during the last growing season, the peasants were getting restless, and neighboring kingdoms were either disappearing into the abyss or raising …
How do we avoid making things worse with the It solution? In the last post, I talked about IT, finance, and sourcing managers not wanting… Read More »So now that we admit we have a problem Part 2
A Familiar Tale I recently heard a familiar tale from the CIO of a Fortune company: “We don’t have a repeatable or accurate cost allocation… Read More »CIOs: Eliminate Waste—Let 2015 Be Your Year of the Smart Cloud
Cloud Migrations There is often a great deal of friction in the process of enterprise cloud adoption. For example, business decision-makers often suffer from confusion… Read More »Bulletproof Your Core App Migration to the Cloud: An Essential Readiness Checklist
Technology Business Management To our friends at the TBM conference: This question may sound nuts. When it comes to using software to manage costs, is IT… Read More »Technology Business Management: The CIO’s New Survival Imperative
IT Purchase It isn’t news to say that purchasing outsourced IT services can be complex. Oftentimes, enterprises can get tied up in knots while trying… Read More »IT Purchase Decisions: Know Your Internal Buying Center
CIOs constantly wrestle with five common infrastructure sourcing problems and finding the solutions is no easy task. IT Infrastructure Sourcing. This is complex stuff. It’s… Read More »What’s Wrong with IT Infrastructure Sourcing [Infographic]?
Managing IT Infrastructure In the IT department of a large enterprise, change is a constant. Across the entire infrastructure spectrum, constant changes in hosting, networks,… Read More »7 Points of Friction in Managing IT Infrastructure Change