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How CIOs Can Get Manufacturing Demand Planning Right

Straight line to results: Optimize demand planning to effectively meet rapidly evolving customer demand.

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Embrace the Inevitability of Multicloud

The heterogeneous ecosystem is worth it; you just need a cohesive strategy.


Take the First Steps to Embrace Open-Source Software

Begin to understand what is required to embrace open-source software in your organization.

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Tech Trends 2023

In Tech Trends 2023, we consider how technology leaders can attack opportunities while protecting the organization from the risks posed.


Build a Business-Aligned IT Strategy

Create an IT strategy based on business needs, not just intuition. It is no longer enough to generate a text document and call it an IT strategy. Stakeholder attention spans are growing shorter; create a visual IT strategy to show how IT will support the business.


Data and Analytics Trends 2023

In this report, we explore nine data use cases for emerging technologies that can improve on capabilities needed to compete in the data-driven economy. Use cases combine emerging data trends and modernization of existing capabilities.


State of Hybrid Work in IT

The days of a “typical” workplace have passed. When it comes to the new world of hybrid work, there is no best-of-breed example to follow. Among the flood of contradictory decisions made by industry leaders, your IT organization must forge its own path, informed not just by the needs of your employees but also by the support required by the rest of the organization.


Infrastructure and Operations Priorities 2023

2023 promises to bring a new set of challenges and building on the credibility established during the pandemic. Infrastructure is in a unique position to influence the direction their business will take to be successful in a time of austerity.


Redesign Your IT Organizational Structure

The organizational redesign process requires a strong foundation, selection and customization of the right future-state operating model, and clear understanding of change management principles. With these components, an organizational chart can continually be adapted to meet the needs of the organization.


CIO Priorities 2023

In our Tech Trends 2023 report, we called on CIOs to think of themselves as chess grandmasters. To view strategy as playing both sides of the board, simultaneously attacking the opponent's king while also defending your own. In our CIO Priorities 2023 report, we'll continue with that metaphor as we reflect on IT's capability to respond to trends.


Establish Data Governance

The amount of data within organizations is growing at an exponential rate, creating a need for organizations to adopt a formal approach to governing their data. However, many organizations remain uninformed on how to effectively and sustainably govern their data.


Build an Information Security Strategy

Technology sophistication and business adoption, the proliferation of hacking techniques, and the expansion of hacking motivations from financial to social, political, or strategic have resulted in organizations facing major security risks. Every organization needs a strategic, not reactive, security plan.

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Human Capital Management (HCM, and often called HRIS or HRMS) software combines a number of systems and processes to ensure the easy management of human resources, business processes and data.

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IT asset management software automates and supports the set of business practices that typically join financial, contractual, and inventory functions to support life cycle management and strategic decision-making for the IT environment.

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Unified Communications as a Service (UCaaS) software delivers communication services on a single unified platform over the cloud. Software features include email, video conferencing, chat/instant messaging, collaboration, and file sharing.

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IT Service Management software supports the processes carried out by an IT department’s service desk, in the course of service delivery, incident management, problem management, and service request fulfillment.

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Security Incident and Event Management

Security Incident and Event Management (SIEM) software combines security event management (SEM) which analyzes log and event data in real time to provide threat monitoring, event correlation and incident response

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Network monitoring software monitors one or more computer network(s) for up-time, transmission speed, quality of service (QoS) and/or failing components and records, documents, and notifies a network administrator (via email, SMS or other alarms) in case of outages or degradation of service. Network monitoring is part of network management.

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