Bimodal IT

Making DevOps a core competency
When companies set on a path for ‘agile’ IT and give up the safety and accuracy of traditional IT, this destabilises company transformation progress – the goal is to have a balance of both strategies in an organisation, writes Gavin Selkirk of BMC Software.
Digitisation vs digitalisation and why bimodal CIOs will be made redundant
Bimodal IT erroneously and counter-productively asserts that technology must be kept in silos, and that while one practice is focused on delivering IT services, maintaining stability and efficiency, the other takes on more experimental approach to deliver innovation.
No monkeying around, enterprise digitalisation to pick up pace
With even more businesses embarking on, and continuing, their digital transformation, a number of ICT trends will shape how companies evolve in the digital age, writes Wong Heng Chew of Fujitsu Singapore.
APAC businesses poised for major digital transformation: HDS AsiaPac CTO
Businesses in APAC will experience major digital transformation next year as they strive to improve a host of key tech and non-tech functions, according to HDS.
5 data centre trends for 2016, according to Emerson Network Power
Data centre technologies are emerging and evolving at an astounding pace, according to Emerson Network Power, as it released data centre trends to watch for in 2016.
Future-ready enterprises: Embracing agility and resilience
Being future-ready requires a long-term vision and a new approach to IT decision-making, and to get started, here are five steps outlined by KT Ong of Dell Malaysia.
Moving to the hybrid cloud in three steps
The hybrid cloud is the buzz these days, but its adoption calls for three quick steps that enterprises need to consider when making the move, writes Subra Suppiah of Avanade Malaysia.
Go agile or go the way of the dodo: Gartner
Enterprises embracing rapid change in the way they do business may have been all the talk in 2014, but this is the year they must put their money where their mouth is, according to Gartner Inc.
Technology and business heads to make peace in 2015
The role of IT is being driven by the changing needs of enterprises and a rising end-user expectation of an evolution from business function to business advantage. BMC’s Gavin Selkirk looks at four trends that will contribute to how we live with IT in 2015.
Enterprises need to think like startups and go bimodal: Gartner
Gartner Inc believes enterprise IT organisations need to embrace an agile, startup-like culture within an established organisational structure in order to adapt to new challenges and succeed in today’s increasingly competitive world.
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