Did you ever struggle to explain why your company should adopt cloud computing? Or did you ever had a cliënt that had trouble seeing the benefits of Cloud computing? This video will make it abundantly clear!
Heather Campbell, President of BasicallyIT and former Canadian Pacific Railway CIO, explore the future of IT transformation and which technologies will play a key role in IT over next 2-4 years. Campbell focuses specifically on cloud computing and big data as two of the most prominent technologies in the near-future, since provide the groundwork for convergence with mobility, predictive analytics, consumerization, and in-memory databases.
This year, the IT services industry saw customers doing more of their own IT services deals, testing the service integration model, and continuing to struggle with outsourcing transitions. ComputerworldUK's sister title CIO.com again asked outsourcing observers to tell us what they think is in the cards for the year ahead. And if they're right, 2014 could be the year customers--and a few robots--take greater control of the IT outsourcing space.
Technologists working with cloud need a range of specific skills, from Java or .NET framework to REST API development to knowledge about Amazon Web Services. But businesses are also crying out for people who can take leadership roles in moving operations into the cloud world.
When it comes to leadership, it's the "soft skills" that matter, as cloud often requires the ability to look at the big picture, marshal organizational resources and funds, and sell new ways of doing things to skeptical line of business managers.
There are few industries that move with the speed and fluidity of IT. For any industry, the beginning of a new year can only be about one thing, learning from the previous 12 months in order to predict the trends and directions of the coming year and what this means for training, employment and business prospects.
There is a consensus among those in the IT sector that change is on the horizon; dissatisfaction with ITSM has been growing for a while.
While cloud services and outsourcing were the buzzwords of 2013, the new focus for IT Service Management is based on people, outcomes and customer satisfaction.
So what can we expect to see in the coming year from the IT industry?
There are currently four information technology revolutions occurring simultaneously and interactively — social, mobile, analytics and cloud, or as Cognizant Consulting has named it, the “SMAC stack.”
They’re increasingly changing the nature of work and job roles. Analytics arguably is having the biggest impact.
This sort of disruptive change is nothing new. The Industrial Age and the Information Age both drove new organizational structures and jobs. Most of the business executive titles we consider standard today are not much more than 100 years old, and are a result of the cumulative impact of a series of technology and process innovations over the past 150 years.
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