As technology leaders today shift into the cloud, the question of costs also needs to shift from supply management to demand management.
During a recent teleconference with IT leaders from the financial services industry, McKinsey shared 10 core beliefs on cloud transformation.
If your business or finance partners are unclear about what your cloud strategy means for them, it may be time to build a solid business case in terms they understand. Here are four insights from IT leads at Verizon, Nasdaq, and DuPont on how to do this.
The first-ever book on Technology Business Management (TBM) shares the stories and lessons from hundreds of interviews with CIOs, CTOs, CFOs and other business-savvy technology leaders. Now you can learn the four business disciplines successful CIOs use to optimize value.
It’s the time of year again! The 2016 TBM Awards are now open for nominations. The awards honor pioneers in IT and finance that consistently demonstrate ITs value and impact on the business through TBM. Who will you nominate?
The dreaded "what are we getting from IT" conversation with your business partners comes up often. But how can IT change that narrative to a value conversation?
At a recent teleconference hosted by TBM Council and Apptio, CIOs and IT leaders discussed Technology Business Management innovation in manufacturing organizations.
Most IT departments know there are lots of opportunities to save serious money by reducing the replicative spending of application sprawl. The problem is IT lacks the tools and the insights to do much about it. This was one of the major efficiency hurdles facing LyondellBasell before they turned to TBM.
Increasingly, when you take on a cloud provider that integrates with your core services, you have the potential to risk the uptime of services within your boundaries and open yourself up to security risks of your data or infrastructure. How do you protect yourself while getting the benefits of the cloud?
Technology leaders like to gather together to talk shop because we have common challenges, are watching for similar trends, and are always looking for good insight we can share with our teams and apply to projects. Not too long ago, I had a conversation with Jim DuBois from Microsoft about the role of a CIO today and how it is changing.