Why enterprises are embracing rogue IT
IT departments used to fear employees walking through the door armed with smartphones, tablets and personal cloud storage accounts. But much of that initial fear has subsided, as companies realize embracing rogue IT can lead to better collaboration with IT and more productivity from business teams.
'How to take the mind-set of a startup'
Dr Barry Devlin of 9sight Consulting and a pioneer in Big Data research, shares insights on how CIOs are tackling disruption brought by advances in technology.
The five enablers of IT organisational excellence
Properly executing your plans is where the real challenge begins, says Lou Markstrom.
How to make your (entire) enterprise more agile
Think your company's too big, too 'legacy,' too process-oriented to reap the benefits of the agile development methodology? Think again.
Why CIOs can't wait to renegotiate their outsourcing contracts
Rapidly changing business and technology needs are forcing IT leaders to renegotiate their IT outsourcing contracts and rethink their sourcing portfolios sooner rather than later. Here’s how to do it.
4 ways to cut application development and maintenance costs
Adopting a managed services or fixed-fee approach for application work can yield significant savings. But IT organizations that rely on staff augmentation can also cut costs through proactive management.
The case for synergy between adroit CMO and CIO
In an email interview, René Bonvanie, Chief Marketing Officer of Palo Alto Networks, talks about the different roles CIOs and CMOs can play, and how technology can be better utilised to help both achieve organisational goals.
'CEOs don't give a hoot about IT': Logicalis boss
What matters is what they think of you, says Logicalis' Basil Reilly.
CIO role is crucial to federal data governance
As data piles up across the federal government, insiders agree that it falls to the CIO to manage competing interests and ensure that data becomes an asset that serves the mission objectives.
Why playing tennis with the CEO may secure your future
IT must align with the business and develop human relationships with leaders, or face being left behind.
Enterprise slow on the uptake of the Internet of Things
Only twelve percent of enterprise are currently implementing an IoT solution.
How to apply Lean methodology to IT
Nigel Brabyn of Nelson Forests sets out to discover double handling of data and information ‘log jams’.
How to move to DevOps to drive open networks
It’s time to re-examine traditional IT organizational structures and move toward a cloud-oriented, DevOps-based model. This transformation will be challenging, take time and impact the way networks are built and managed. Here are some recommendations for IT leaders.
Cloud: A tricky space to play in
Industry experts have underscored how the pricing strategy of Cloud vendors has a huge impact as it affects both end-customers and smaller vendors
10 Windows 10 migration issues you need to consider
While there's no need to rush to Windows 10 just because it’s been released, there are some important things to start thinking about.
What you can learn from Nordstrom's use of the cloud
The example of how retailer Nordstrom uses cloud computing services could serve as an example to other businesses who are struggling with how to use the cloud.
A neuroscience approach to innovative thinking and problem solving
New technique challenges the ‘keep at it and it’ll eventually happen’ tactic.
Building a digital business
IT heads from GE Australia, ING Direct, RACQ, and the Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences discuss their drivers for digital transformation
How to find agility in the cloud
Altisource, a global financial services and business services company, is in the process of going cloud native to achieve better agility in the wake of massive growth.
New Master's programme for regional IT leaders launched by NUS-ISS
Commencing January 2016, the new graduate degree programme is aimed at equipping leaders with both technical skills and professional knowledge.
New Cisco CEO Chuck Robbins heads into "hyper-connected" mode
Robbins takes over at Cisco for John Chambers this Monday, promoting a hyper-connected architecture in the face of competition from white box makers and SDN proponents.