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Analysts are reporting that the CIO must play a key leadership role in digital transformation if companies are to succeed.
Banks are leading the way in digital business transformation, but consumers don't know who's behind it.
See how First Citizens used a centralized, end-to-end IT planning system to improve plan accuracy, run more frequent forecasting and detect budget variance earlier.
Insights often evolve from things that simply look like outliers in your IT cost data. Use these 3 criteria to know you've struck gold.
According to the recent Forrester research study, 70% of decision-makers say IT processes change as a result of digital transformation.
James LaPlaine, Aol CIO, shares his secret to effective hybrid IT management.
GSA cut 17.8% from its IT budget using Apptio’s TBM solution. Discover how.
On November 6th in Las Vegas, the TBM (Technology Business Management) Conference will kick off its fifth annual event as the world’s only gathering dedicated to...
Implementing a chargeback model can lay the foundation for running IT like a business. Learn how executives and stakeholders can understand the value of IT services...
Gerry Imhoff, Maritz CIO shares 4 cost reduction strategies, developed during his team’s transformation from captive, shared service to trusted business partner.
Managing cloud migration with the right tools and mindset is the focus of a new executive brief by AOL CIO James LaPlaine and Apptio CEO Sunny Gupta.
With the rise of digital business as a top priority in 2017, CIOs face pressing questions about IT's digital innovation agenda.
Remember the story of the six blind men and the elephant? In business, the blind men are functions like support, operations, HR, etc. The elephant? IT services.
Stephanie Rendon, Director of Finance for IT at CHRISTUS Health, gives an insider's view into solving complex IT planning challenges.
Digital business transformation is a top priority, but CIOs are often asked to address a multi-billion dollar elephant in the boardroom: “how will we pay for this?”