CIOs aspiring to be agents of change in today’s modern enterprise have an opportunity to do so by leveraging digital trends, technologies, and the cultural dynamics they bring to the business, according to Gartner.
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.
Big data, security, mobility, private cloud adoption and IT modernisation the top IT trends to look out for in 2015, writes Ng Tian Beng of Dell.
The increasingly critical intersection between business and information technology with be a “key imperative” in 2015, according to Adrian De Luca, chief technology officer of Hitachi Data Systems (HDS) Asia Pacific.
IDC's 2014 IT Services Survey results reveal that the top five focus areas for IT services spending in the coming 12 months are IT infrastructure resources consolidation; security enhancement; IT-enabled business innovation; social applications; and big data and analytics.
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.
With a new "laser-focus" on the Asia Pacific region, BMC Software seeks to beef up its management bench and sports a refreshed solutions portfolio to ensure customers get the tools they need to adapt.
According to an Economist Intelligence Unit report sponsored by HDS, CIOs have won the respect of the business but reaching the next level will be difficult; it may take more than technical expertise to convince senior management that today’s successful CIO will be a good choice for tomorrow’s CEO.
Mobile-powered customer experiences will fuel digital transformation in Asia Pacific in 2015, according to Forrester Research Inc, which has unveiled its top 10 technology predictions for the region.
Telstra's chief scientist and former chief technology officer Dr Hugh Bradlow sits down with Gabey Goh to talk about the future of cloud computing, and how to annoy CIOs.