Let’s start with the research: In terms of vendor studies, it doesn’t get much better than IBM’s Institute for Business Value, which recently published a study called “The IT infrastructure conversation.” This was the tweet that made me aware of it:
— Rost Ginevich (@rostginevich) August 7, 2014
If you’re in health-care, this U.S. conference is probably worth a look. Despite the major differences between American and Canadian health-care systems, some of the approaches to IT should translate across the border.
— WHCCevents (@WHCCevents) August 7, 2014
This ebook looks decent. Covers an area that probably demands further attention from IT leaders:
— Braden (@braden13) August 7, 2014
This was a common-sense but worthy quote I liked:
— Barclay Rae (@barclayrae) August 6, 2014
It was nice to see a Twitter account about CIOs paying homage to the triumphant return of Weird Al:
— The Road To CIO (@TheRoadToCIO) August 7, 2014
And for a weekend #longread, this piece from our sister publication was among the most shared pieces about CIOs I saw all week:
— Sameer Bhagat (@Sameer_Bhagat) August 7, 2014
Gestion des processus commerciaux stratégiques en nuage
L'enthousiasme que suscite l'informatique en nuage n'est pas lié aux TI à la demande, mais bien à l'innovation à la demande, optimisée par la gestion des processus commerciaux en nuage. Les dirigeants veulent que leur entreprise devienne transformationnelle, et non seulement transactionnelle.