Category Archives: Cloud computing

Why enterprises should approach procurement of hybrid IT in entirely new ways

Learn why changes in cloud deployment models are forcing a rethinking of IT economics, and maybe even the very nature of acquiring and cost-optimizing digital business services. Continue reading

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Why enterprises struggle with adopting public cloud as a culture

Learn why a cultural solution to adoption may be more important than any other aspect of digital business transformation. Continue reading

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Who, if anyone, is in charge of multi-cloud business optimization?

Learn from an IT industry analyst about the forces reshaping the consumption of hybrid cloud services and why the model around procurement must be accompanied by an updated organizational approach. Continue reading

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A discussion with IT analyst Martin Hingley on the culmination of 30 years of IT management maturity

A discussion on how new maturity in management over all facets of IT amounts to a culmination of 30 years of IT operations improvement and ushers in an era of comprehensive automation, orchestration, and AIOps. Continue reading

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How global HCM provider ADP mines an ocean of employee data for improved talent management

It’s fascinating because Dr. Goh’s example pertains to talent management, too. Everyone that we work with in the HCM space is looking to gain an advantage when it comes to finding, keeping, and retaining their best talent. Continue reading

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Inside story: How HP Inc. moved from a rigid legacy to data center transformation

A discussion on how a massive corporate split led to the re-architecting and modernizing of IT to allow for the right data center choices at the right price over time. Continue reading

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Dark side of cloud—How people and organizations are unable to adapt to improve the business

The next BriefingsDirect cloud deployment strategies interview explores how public cloud adoption is not reaching its potential due to outdated behaviors and persistent dissonance between what businesses can do and will do with cloud strengths. Many of our ongoing hybrid IT and cloud computing discussions … Continue reading

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