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Technology, IT Performance

ERP Software Companies: Their Role & Importance

In this modern and competitive age, various organizations use ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) to handle business process like manufacturing, sales, planning, development, inventory management, etc.

Blog-post by,
emmageorge91

In this modern and competitive age, various organizations use ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) to handle business process like manufacturing, sales, planning, development, inventory management, etc. ERP is a very powerful application to maintain the resources of an organization such as purchases, orders, billing, HR, finance and payroll and the software application uses a databases managed by a database management system to offer a unified real-time view of core business processes.


CIO Leadership, IT Performance

Manage change to help your organization adapt to the ‘new normals’

Without widespread software adoption, you can’t transform IT — and you won’t deliver value

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HP Blogger
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joshuabrusse

For quite some time, I’ve known that the only way to get true value from an IT project (or any project) is to carefully manage the change process. At HP Professional Services, we’ve developed change management into a repeatable, comprehensive methodology that recently garnered a 2014 Customer Value Award from analyst firm Frost & Sullivan.

The award is a point of pride, as it means the market agrees with an idea that I’ve long believed: You can’t get value from an IT project (or any project), unless you manage change.


Business Issues, CIO Leadership, Security

Six 'Spooky' Cyber Security Statistics

From the average cost per company lost, to the number of cyber security victims per day.

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It’s Halloween, and the end of National Cyber Security Awareness Month (NCSAM). And we here at IDG and the Enterprise CIO Forum would like to end October leaving you with six ‘spooky’ cyber security statistics.

Take a look below.

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CIO Leadership, Security

Converged Security: Why we should integrate Security and IT Operations

Achieve benefits of scale by uniting teams for mutual benefit

Blog-post by,
Michael Garrett

The threat landscape is changing rapidly. It wasn’t so long ago that CISOs were worried about worms and viruses. Back then, the focus was on perimeter defense. But today’s high-profile security attacks exploit internal weaknesses. They’re often slow moving and hard to detect. Security is having to cover more ground, and in the process its activities are overlapping with those performed by IT Operations.

The good news is this overlap gives IT an opportunity to cut costs, improve efficiency, and reduce waste.

Monitor, detect, correct


Technology, Mobility

Enterprise Development Solutions and Landscapes of Digital Revolution

Blog-post by,
chiragshivalker

For some years down the line, a typical enterprise has seen a major revolution, where paper files were replaced by digitized files, the conventional mail was replaced by emails and gradually real time communication became the norm with availability of phone calls, faxes, and online conference meetings.


Technology, Services

Top 10 Tips For Hiring an SEO Company in India

Blog-post by,
submit2rank

The main objective of SEO is to attract traffic for a website. This requires a careful review of the website, understanding of what the business owner expects to gain from the SEO activity and formulation of a set of strategies which will help in fulfilling the goal.

SEO is a technical matter and a SEO company of India providing professional SEO services is best positioned to help the business owner achieve this. However, not every company is good enough to deliver the desired results.

A business owner may look at the following 10 parameters before selecting a SEO company.


CIO Leadership, Security

Converged security: When departments collaborate, everyone wins

Operations and security must work together to break down silos, while the CIO/CISO cracks the whip

Blog-post by,
Gerben Verstraete

Rather than bother with a simple denial of service attack, today’s cybercriminals are most likely to go after your intellectual property and enterprise data. You can’t battle the current crop of bad guys with yesterday’s static policy-based frameworks — instead, you must actively safeguard data and search for threats.

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CIO Leadership, Big Data

Data Artists are Data Scientists with a GPS for Innovation

Applying Science to the Art of Innovation

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HP Blogger
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 “Like many aspects of the digital age, this idea that innovation resides where art and science connect is not new”, says Walter Isaacson, CEO at Aspen Institute.  Back in 1957, Issac Asimov explored the reasons why people get new ideas – as he explains in this

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Technology, Applications, Big Data, IT Performance

The Move to Cloud: A View from the Ground

As businesses move their enterprise to the cloud, how can CIOs ensure that the new technology works with existing IT platforms?

Blog-post by,
LNBalaji_Infotech

The article is co-authored by Mr. L N Balaji, President – North America, ITC Infotech and Mr. Anand Sukumaran, Vice President – Managed Services, ITC Infotech.


CIO Leadership, IT Performance, Services

What is digital transformation?

CIOs tackle the digital enterprise.

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Community Manager
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jdodge

There are a lot of mushy hype laden terms when it comes to IT: "digital enterprise" and "digital transformation" are two of them. So I was pleased to read that long time colleague and veteran IT journalist Michael Fitzgerald tackled the topic in a story at CIO.com.

After interviewing several CIOs, Fitzgerald determined it means dirfferent things to different people.Here's a few observations.