While the rationale for modernizing IT is often apparent, sometimes the messaging and positioning on the part of the IT group is just as important.
Former Vice President, Joe Biden, once said “Don’t tell me what you value, show me your budget, and I’ll tell you what you value.” These words ring true as budgets not only can tell us what we value today, but also what we presume will valuable in the future.
There are lessons to be learned by CIOs planning outsourcing projects in the dueling lawsuits involving MillerCoors and HCL.
MillerCoors’ $100-million lawsuit against an IT contractor is getting messier. The contractor, HCL, recently filed a counterclaim disputing the brewer’s allegation that it owns responsibility for a troubled ERP project. HCL is accusing the brewer of making it a “scapegoat” for its own problems.
Steve Ballmer’s new venture is striving to turn billions of bits of government data into facts.
Have you ever considered how state and local government IT departments differ from yours? The challenges are unique, the solutions creative, and the lessons learned could help the private sector more effectively assess and enhance the state of their own IT.
TEKsystems research finds many IT leaders have a positive outlook on next year with a focus on cloud and security.
IDC’s Worldwide Quarterly Cloud IT Infrastructure Forecast nudges total IT budget spent on cloud to 36.9% in 2016.
When InformationWeek surveyed 100 IT leaders about their biggest mistakes, failures around vendor choice, contract negotiations, and SLAs emerged as major sources of pain. Here, we highlight 8 mistakes IT professionals make in working with vendors — and what you can learn from their experiences.
Like so many tech company founders, Jordan Cram, CEO of Enstoa, thought including non-compete clauses in employee contracts was a way to protect his company. Here, he tells us what led him to reconsider the conventional wisdom and do away with non-compete clauses altogether – and how his company has benefited as a result.
Gartner’s updated IT spending forecast for 2016 is slightly improved, but the research firm warned that it doesn’t account for the recent UK vote to leave the European Union. The Brexit vote will dampen IT spending worldwide.