The move to public cloud is not new yet many enterprises still struggle to successfully leverage public cloud services. Public cloud services have existed for more than a decade. So, why is it that companies still struggle to effectively…and successfully leverage public cloud? And, more importantly, what can be done, if anything, to address those… Continue reading Eight ways enterprises struggle with public cloud
What better way to kick off 2017 than to talk about the tools I find to be most useful? I wrote a post back in 2012 that outlined many of the tools I used back then. As many of you know, I travel a lot. Just about every week I am on a plane going… Continue reading My top most used business tools and applications when traveling
The first question might be, why does a CIO care if any one vendor comes or goes? It matters if you are invested in that company’s products or services. The vast majority of enterprises have invested in a number of enterprise companies…including HP Enterprise (HPE). Many are asking where HPE is headed and how long… Continue reading Is HPE headed toward extinction?
Over the past few years, I have outlined my thoughts for the upcoming year. You can read those from past years here: Cloud Predictions for 2013 (12/14/12) CIO Predictions for 2014 (12/20/13) 5 things a CIO wishes for this holiday season (12/26/14) In 2016, data and relevance will play the leading role across the industry.… Continue reading 2016 is the year of data and relevance
Not long ago, many would have written off the likes of the big five large enterprise IT firms as slow, lethargic, expensive and out of touch. Who are the big five? IBM (NYSE: IBM), HP (NYSE: HPQ), Microsoft (NASDAQ: MSFT), Oracle (NYSE: ORCL) and Cisco (NASDAQ: CSCO). Specifically, they are companies that provide traditional enterprise… Continue reading Are the big 5 enterprise IT providers making a comeback?