Enterprises today worry about cost, complexity and skills when managing their ICT infrastructure, but these are not the only factors driving their business environment.
With the rise of IT consumerization and cloud services, organizations are increasingly pressured to meet demands from employees, customers, and business partners for pervasive access to corporate applications and data. What new challenges will this present for both small and large enterprises?
Panelists at the ZDNet TechBizz panel discussion in Singapore discussed how emerging industry trends today have impacted an organization's ICT decisions.
The Queensland government wants to remove barriers to agency information sharing, overcome barriers to an IT-as-a-service environment, and optimise its whole-of-government procurement arrangements, according to its new 'ICT Renewal Action Plan'.
IT leaders should map existing projects to their company's targets and better demonstrate how their investments are paying dividends in order to get funding support and avoid cuts, say panelists at ZDNet's TechBizz in Mumbai.
While jumping on the cloud bandwagon might help save on upfront expenditure, the ZDNet Techbizz panel in Mumbai discusses whether the cost of additional licenses when scaling up can outweigh the benefits.
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The concluding Mumbai leg of the TechBizz panel discussion series highlighted how Indian CIOs and IT decision makers need to invest in business intelligence and analytics to turn IT into more of a value adder than a cost center.
To be held on Aug 7, the ZDNet's TechBizz India live panel discussion will wrap up the series featuring top-level executives from Cafe Coffee Day, Forrester, ICICI Securities, Infosys, and Social Wavelength.
BYOD and cloud are so pervasive and beneficial, that it would be remiss of any business not to take advantage of the technologies, according to the panellists at ZDNet's TechBizz Australia event.