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Cloud Computing – What’s In It For IT Managers?

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Cloud Computing – What’s In It For IT Managers?
Cloud computing represents the next generation in server productivity.

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cloudtweaks, Cloud Computing - What's in it for IT Managers, http://cloudtweaks.com/2013/11/cloud-computing-whats-in-it-for-it-managers/, November 18 2013, Web, March 27 2014

 

This article takes a look at what benefits Cloud Computing has for the Modern IT Managers. The author compares the difference of having Cloud system and not having Cloud systems. The article is to convince IT Managers to switch to Cloud based server, by switching to Cloud it automatically lowers cost, Removal of unnecessary hardware and a dramatic increase in remote management abilities. In conclusion Cloud computing are allowing IT Managers to adopt new ways of handling their own website, applications and documents.

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Orica swaps Excel spreadsheets for a cloud IT management system | ZDNet

Orica swaps Excel spreadsheets for a cloud IT management system | ZDNet | 1012ICT IT Manager Annotated Bibliography | Scoop.it
Orica's IT division has installed a full suite of cloud applications from Apptio to help it manage its financial costs.
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Chanthadavong, Aimee. Orica swaps Excel spreadsheets for a cloud IT management, http://www.zdnet.com/orica-swaps-excel-spreadsheets-for-a-cloud-it-management-system-7000027766/ , March 27 2014, Web, 27 March 2014.

 

This online article is about a company called Orica switching from Excel spreadsheets to a Cloud system and how it can help businesses in the future. The author of this article uses statements from Orica IT finance direct Pete Fish stating how it helped with efficiency within the company. With the help of Apptio technology business management, Orico is their first Australian customer to fully install the suite of cloud applications that will help the company make faster decision, better efficiency and better communication from the team. 

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Information Technology Manager Sample Job Description | Monster.com

Information Technology Manager Sample Job Description | Monster.com | 1012ICT IT Manager Annotated Bibliography | Scoop.it
Use this information technology manager sample job description as you create a job application.
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Information Technology Manager Job Description, http://www.myfuture.edu.au/Explore%20Careers/Browse%20occupations/Details.aspx?anzsco=135111A , Web, 27 March 2014.

 

myfuture.edu.au contains information about job, allowing users to explore careers and find out about their future career. This contains details about Information Technology Management, what's it like, is the occupation in demand, average income, personal and study prerequisite, duties and tasks, specialization. The admin has gathered information from Australian Government sites that contains links to other sites that provide furthermore information of that job. This page contains useful information that can help form the base of an assignment about IT Management.

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IT managers express concerns over tablet security

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IT managers express concerns over tablet security, http://www.net-security.org/secworld.php?id=12274, 24 January 2012, Web, 27 March 2013

 

In this online article, the author reviews a commissioned Cisco survey that surveyed 1500 IT managers and executives in the US, Canada, UK, France, Germany and Spain to access their attitudes, fears and hopes for tablets in the workplace. The author of the article has used data gained from a Cisco survey that was done in the US, Canada, UK, France, Germany and Spain to identify the increasingly demand for tablets in workplace and the demand on IT to ensure an enterprise grade security. The author of this online article finishes with a quote from Tom Puorro director of product management, IPCBU, CISCO systems stating that "Mobile workers and virtual workspaces are here to stay—but so are the demands on IT to continue to ensure enterprise-grade security, manageability and interoperability. 2012 promises to be an exciting year and IT leaders are a critical component in unleashing innovation and enabling organizations to take advantage of the next wave of business growth and opportunity. Cisco is keenly focused on helping its customers navigate the post-PC era and transform their business."

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