IT Business Edge
February 28, 2012
It used to be that buying IT equipment or licensing software was an event. But with the rise of cloud computing, it's now an ongoing process. The challenge that change creates, of course, is keeping track of what services are being consumed by whom each month. While spreadsheets were effective tools for keeping track of purchases that were made occasionally, it's now clear that in the services-led world of cloud computing, spreadsheets aren't really going to make the IT grade anymore.
IDG Connect
February 28, 2012
In Part I of this article, Chris Pick of Apptio outlined two methods of increasing ROI through effective technology management In Part II, he presents three additional strategies, including real-world scenarios from enterprise IT departments.  
IDG Connect
February 21, 2012
To prove the value of IT, today’s CIOs must demonstrate that they can provide significant return on their technology investment by delivering services cost effectively with quality and business value. They need a better way to make sense of all the data and create something meaningful out of it that the business can understand and act upon.
CIO
February 10, 2012
The Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) trend is really taking root among companies everywhere.  It’s a trend that has challenged IT departments to change the way they think about enterprise IT.  I spoke to three companies that have found unique solutions in managing the BYOD trend without compromising the user experience.
InformationWeek
February 10, 2012
This year, implementing cloud computing will take precedence over defining it at the annual Santa Clara show that helped define cloud architecture.

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