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CIO Leadership, Big Data

Why Librarians Make Excellent CIOs

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While it may seem taboo to posit that librarians make excellent corporate officers, it makes inherent sense that the people tasked with the collection and distribution of information would make effective information officers. While librarians certainly are not a huge force in corporate America, and library science majors are far from mainstream, this educational background can be a tremendous asset to a chief information officer.

Business Issues, Big Data

How Big Data is transforming IT into a revenue generator

Opportunities lie in becoming custodians, coordinators of customer data

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HP Blogger

I recently wrote a post about the emerging role of the Chief Data Officer (CDO). The CDO’s skill set varies drastically from the CIO, who typically has been concerned with running the data center and enterprise software. Instead, the CDO concentrates on how to incorporate data that resides within the enterprise with data that lives on external, consumer-facing platforms (Facebook, for example) — and how to make money in the process.

Business Issues, IT Performance

The real way to align IT with the business

Follow these 3 steps to get everyone on the same page

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Michael Garrett

In survey after survey of CIOs you will see alignment with the business as a top CIO priority. Yet achieving this elusive alignment is something IT leaders continue to struggle with. The customers I talk to—heads of global IT departments—are searching for ways to get everyone on the same level of understanding about the problem, the solution and the benefits. Frankly, the complexity of large IT projects—as well as IT’s traditional position at a remove from the business—makes this objective hard to achieve.


CIO Leadership, IT Performance

How do you make sure that your team is focused on your strategic goals (Kai-Zen)

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One of our continuous improvement goals is to make sure that all of our IT resources are utilized by our associates to push forward our strategic IT goals. One can spend a lot of time and effort to communicate IT strategic goals, but when the rubber hits the road strategic goals will compete with common “keep the lights on” tasks and unplanned break-fix work. We found out that to make sure that IT is focused on strategic initiatives, which will move the company forward, there are some measurements and corrective actions that needed to be taken on a weekly basis.


Business Issues, Services

Advertise Your Gifting Ideas & Handmade Gift Ideas at Gurgaonsaath

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A lot of things change and yet giving and receiving gifts never goes out of fashion. Birthdays, anniversaries, weddings and festive season are some of the occasions when gifts are exchanged between family and friends. Gifts are the perfect way to make someone feel special - they show that you thought about the person and reflect your feelings. When it comes to gifts you could either buy them or make something to give it a personalized feel.

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Technology, IT Performance

Loadrunner training institute in Chennai

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Loadrunner is an automated performance, behavior and test automation tool from HP (Hewlett-Packard). This automation testing is used for application load testing like behavior and performance, while generating actual load. Loadrunner is used to analyze a software application’s performance and efficiency prior delivering to clients. It is world-class automated testing product to analyze system performance and function.  Initially, Loadrunner is developed by Mercury Interactive and acquired HP in November 2006.

Business Issues, Services

How IT can leverage “shift left” to show business value

Combine shift left with pay-per-use to lower IT costs and demonstrate ROI

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The “shift left” concept isn’t a new one for software testers, but it’s a fresh idea for most service management folks. The idea behind shift left is to simplify a solution by removing a single step, thus making the solution faster than it currently is. It certainly gets people’s attention — whenever I mention it, I’m invariably asked to give more detail about how it can be leveraged for a particular client’s customers.

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