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Saying Goodbye to Bimodal IT

The quest to meld stability and agility is a war yet to be won. Major players in business have been hyping bimodal IT as the solution, but what if this pursuit is a fool’s errand? Despite the advancement and promises made from bimodal IT, Mark A. Campbell, writing for CIO …

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3 Overlooked Management Skills You Need to Develop

In a constantly evolving world it is easy to get consumed with the worry of staying current with technological skills. In an article for the Enterprisers Project, Peter Weis acknowledges this worry but redirects the focus for CIOs to channel their energy on developing other skills. Here are the three …

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How to Streamline Your IT Ops in Five Steps

What is the secret to streamlining IT? It does not just boil down to cutting costs, but rather a reorganization of technology and business processes. In an article for ZDNet, Nick Heath elaborates on the Financial Times’ plan for streamlining their IT. Five Steps to Restructure IT Do not reinvent. …

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Do Managers Understand Your KPIs?

How can you successfully manage a company without the proper measurements? There is a wealth of data at IT’s disposal just waiting to be managed and measured. In a post for Valorize IT, key performance indicators (KPIs) are analyzed to uncover their capabilities to successfully manage, measure, and monitor data. …

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9 Ways to Make Your IT Department Move Faster

“Traditional IT” is like having a flip phone. You can get by with it, but you will never get ahead. In an article for The Enterprisers Project, a list of nine simple, proactive solutions have been compiled from various CIOs and other executives that can elevate IT’s productivity. Trust me, …

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8 Tips for Managing Outsourced Projects

Instead of thinking about how dangerous bad communication is to a project, think about how wonderful good communication is! A project’s success is all but guaranteed when everyone is in the loop and informed on what is taking place. In an article for CIO.com, Jennifer Lonoff Schiff elaborates on manners …

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