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  • Strategic IT

    Sponsored by: ComputerWeekly.com

    Find out how two leading CIOs have enabled their organisations to use information technology as strategic driver, in this extract from the book Strategic IT.

  • Compelling case for strong organic growth

    Sponsored by: Dell, Inc. and Intel®

    In this brief case study, you will discover how one of the largest crop protection companies in the world – established in Melbourne, Australia – deployed a  redundant, scalable and secure enterprise storage solution using an innovative storage center SANs, part of the Dell Fluid Data architecture.

  • The Key To Cloud And Virtual Computing: Managing And Planning Capacity In 2011 And Beyond

    Sponsored by: TeamQuest Corporation

    The flexibility and cost alternatives provided by virtualization, cloud computing and SaaS present organizations with a choice of platforms to run applications or a business service. These computing models highlight the need for a better capacity management process. Learn about effectively managing capacity for improvements in business services.

  • Top-Down Planning and Bottom-Up Execution: Harmony or Discord?

    Sponsored by: CA Technologies.

    Recently, there's been a push to make project planning more strategic, and at the same time, organizations are striving to become more flexible and adaptable. But is this Agile execution at odds with the more strategic planning, or do these two approaches help create a more responsive environment for the business?

  • Getting Started: A Manager's Guide to Implementing Capacity Management

    Sponsored by: TeamQuest Corporation

    Many IT departments have chosen to throw hardware at performance and capacity problems. In the past, that approach has worked, however times and management challenges have changed; demanding a different approach – capacity management. This guide is designed to help those IT leaders who are now looking to assemble a capacity management approach.

  • What CFOs Should Ask their Software Development Leaders

    Sponsored by: IBM

    This paper illustrates a new way of thinking about the funding of IT software projects, one that considers funding in terms of investment, and value as an expansive, longitudinal variable.

  • Four EHR Change Management Mistakes (And How to Avoid Them)

    Sponsored by: HP & Intel®

    The question is no longer if your healthcare practice will make the transition to EHR, but when.  Careful planning and effective change management can help keep missteps – and the stress and costs that come with them – to a minimum.  This white paper presents strategies for avoiding common EHR implementation problems.

  • Introducing a Capacity Management Maturity Model

    Sponsored by: TeamQuest Corporation

    As greater demands are placed on IT for efficiency and productivity, it is becoming more important for IT organizations to adopt more sophisticated business process management methods. Learn about a capacity management approach that allows IT to plan for improved services.

  • Smarter Business Planning and Transformation: Attain maximum value from your Enterprise Architecture

    Sponsored by: IBM

    Explore architecture management with IBM. Find out how the four elements of actionable enterprise architecture can transform your business.

  • A Roadmap To Driving Top-Down Alignment Between Business & IT Strategy

    Sponsored by: Innotas

    IT Governance solutions enable CXOs to align their business strategy with their IT strategy. However,in order for these solutions to realize their maximum impact, they require business stakeholders to be engaged in the transformation process.

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