Running IT Like A Business: Where Are We?

Chuck's Blog - EMC

  Business execs say there''s much more room for improvement than IT leaders think: improving time to market, communicating a clear vision, gaining the trust of business stakeholders, informing the business of new services, articulating business value, enabling innovation and collaboration, and supporting mobility.    Through hiring and training, IT leaders are investing in knowing more about the business and what it needs.   It was a pain in the rear end.

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Why Organizations Fail to Secure Third-Party Remote Access

SecureWorld News

But the challenge sort of remains the same, which is to find a solution that is secure and also fits the needs of all of your users. So they might be designed to provide end-user support. But if they make a mistake, you're going to end up at risk.

3 lessons that CIOs learned in 2018

mrc's Cup of Joe Blog

As organizations start to use data, capturing more and more user demographics, credit-card numbers and identifying information, companies cannot afford to have this valuable information compromised, exposed or stolen. They still spend the vast majority of their time and budget on maintenance and support. Now, am I saying that IT shouldn’t support the business? But, they spend time on tasks that they could offload to end users. The reason: It doesn’t end.