Opinions on It Services
The CIO of Boston's Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center learned a few things last week
Despite shared services’ proven track record, multitudes of Indian CIOs haven't really gotten their feet wet yet. Here’s why—and how—they should.
Many people are outraged by this, feeling that a service provider should take responsibility for ensuring 100% (or at least "five nines") of service availability. Amazon's attitude, they imply, is irresponsible.
Some would argue yes. Torvalds, because of the weight he holds in the project, calls the shots about how Linux is run, what goes in, what stays out of the code, and he's not afraid to express his opinions.
The current siloed approach to IT infrastructure is no longer sufficient or efficient. In order to deliver better business results in the coming years firms must adopt a 'workload-centric' approach when designing their IT infrastructures.
The United States government is no exception, as the administration's Cloud First policy is driving federal agencies to move essential systems to the cloud-and fast.
IT-BPO companies can leverage on their core strength and create a fundamental transformation in this volatile economic state, says Som Mittal, President, Nasscom.