Virtual Strategy Magazine
December 29, 2009
Gone are the days when applications had dedicated IT infrastructure and operations resources, and owned the IT budget as standard operating procedure.
CFO.com
November 01, 2009
As companies keep IT spending in check, executives have to make some hard choices about what they can live without.
Puget Sound Business Journal
October 29, 2009
Just got done looking through Alley Insider's list of the most valuable Internet startups. And here's some disappointing news for those entrepreneurs hoping to create the next big Internet idea in the Pacific Northwest. You've got to scroll all the way down to number 57 -- that's right 57 -- before a Seattle company makes an appearance.
InfoWorld
September 28, 2009
 Technology is strategic to business, but enterprises don't always think of it as such and have resisted applying BI (business intelligence) to their in-house IT operations. Furthermore, IT is too complex and constantly shifting for a standard BI model to work. The solution, Gupta reasoned, is a nimbler kind of BI that brings cost transparency to IT, so he started Apptio to create just such a solution.
IT Business Edge
September 04, 2009
When it comes to defending the value of the internal IT organization, far too many IT leaders don't stand a real chance. In a recent survey of more than 200 senior IT executives sponsored by Hewlett-Packard, nearly half said they did not have the necessary level of IT investment rigor and portfolio management in place to align IT investment decisions with business priorities. And with all due respect to the other half of the respondents in this survey, most of them are deluding themselves.

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