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IT Strategic Planning White Papers

  • Executing Your Strategy 6: Transition

    Sponsored by: ComputerWeekly.com

    This is the final part of a six part guide which explains the key steps of the Strategic Execution Framework, developed by the Stanford Advanced Management Programme.

  • 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.

  • Where Containers Fit in an IT Infrastructure

    Sponsored by: SearchServerVirtualization

    In the battle between container virtualization and hypervisors, the battle doesn't matter. Hypervisors and virtualization containers can complement each other. The real battle is balancing the strengths of one against the weaknesses of the other. Access this e-guide to learn how.

  • How To Align Corporate Strategy with Project Execution

    Sponsored by: AtTask

    The biggest challenge for IT leaders today is making sure that projects are aligned with the strategic and financial goals of their organizations. Learn why implementing a project and portfolio management (PPM) approach could help simplify your objectives. Gain insight on PPM topics such as allocating resources, capacity planning and more.

  • Six Common Mistakes that Plague IT Projects and Three Keys to Avoid Them

    Sponsored by: AtTask

    When it comes to IT projects, there are a number of common mistakes – and too often project managers avoid the problems that those mistakes create instead of facing them head on. Inside this white paper, learn about the 6 most common IT project mistakes and 3 ways to avoid them.

  • The CIO's Digital Transformation Strategy Guide

    Sponsored by: Equinix

    Your company needs to perform in the digital economy or succumb to new digital threats. If you're like most companies, no matter where the digital threat comes from, you aren't sure how to respond to it. Access this e-guide to get advice from a CIO dedicated to helping businesses survive their digital transformations.

  • Cloud Strategy Optimization

    Sponsored by: Atos

    This e-guide discusses the issues your organization faces in optimizing your cloud strategy. Learn how cloud and DevOps are coming together to solve each other's problem areas, and how to optimize your cloud performance while minimizing costs.

  • E-Guide: Business intelligence management: Strategic advice for CIOs

    Sponsored by: SAP America, Inc.

    For organizations with stores upon stores of untouched data, there’s one essential tool: Business intelligence. Unfortunately, inconsistent or irrelevant data can turn BI in the wrong direction. This e-guide outlines essential components for a foolproof BI management strategy.

  • E-Guide: How to prepare for business intelligence 3.0

    Sponsored by: SAP America, Inc.

    Next-generation business intelligence has the potential to be a game-changer for predictive analytics because it solves the latency issues that plagued traditional BI platforms. Access this e-guide for expert insight into planning for BI that works alongside social media, mobile devices and context-aware computing.

  • Business-driven BI: Using New Technologies to Foster Self-Service Access to Insights

    Sponsored by: BeyeNETWORK

    Wayne Eckerson explores the challenges of implementing self-service BI tools in this e-guide. Read it today to discover ten key best practices for self-service BI, including what you need to know about the two main types of users, the realities and challenges of self-service BI, and much more.

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