IT continues to struggle for relationship and relevance among senior business leaders, which undermines CIOs' ability to create successful IT programs and initiatives.
Beyond IT Failure
Michael Krigsman is a recognized authority on the causes and prevention of IT failures.
Michael Krigsman, CEO of consulting and research firm Asuret, is an international authority on IT success, social business transformation, and related CIO issues. For more information, visit mkrigsman.com.
In Oracle's legal battle with Montclair State University, many of the issues revolve around working relationships, communication, and poor collaboration.
Many web users do not recognize the importance of privacy and security, a problem destined to become much worse before it gets better.
Dropbox updated its terms of service to reflect stated policies on user privacy and intellectual property control.
Enterprise buyers should use Dropbox for everyday file transfers where you value convenience over an absolute guarantee of privacy.
An insightful chart that explains some things we've always suspected.
It's now time for social business to embrace integration with legacy enterprise systems.
As the cloud grows in popularity concerns about security, privacy, and reliability become more important. The enterprise cloud is inevitable, but the time has come to develop greater sophistication about these issues.
Last week, I attended Hewlett-Packard's user conference, an enormous event with 10,000 on-site attendees and 800 conference sessions.
At the recent Sapphire conference, I examined SAP's efforts to improve implementation consistency and success.