Budget Decreases While Quality Increases

The new millennium saw IT landscape disrupt the organizational operations across the world. Organizations became more and more amenable to adopting computer systems at an organizational level, partly to improve the efficiency of the operations, and partly driven by the necessity forced by the need to stay relevant. For an entire decade, people with IT […] Read More

Success with Security in 2016

The previous year was a tough year as far as internet security was concerned. From the string of Adobe Flash Player vulnerabilities to the Hello Kitty data breach that exposed information of 3.3 million users, 2015 was a harsh wakeup call for internet companies to recognize the ever evolving world of security threats. Companies that […] Read More

Moving from Risk Management to Risk Avoidance

Every enterprise is confronted by various types of risks from time to time. Some of these risks are anticipated way in advance, while some of them are unforeseen as they crop up with the dynamics of various IT assets and devices. It is therefore imperative that institutions conduct a form of disaster awareness and preparedness, […] Read More

Is DevOps The Future Efficiency of IT?

For many IT managers, DevOps is neither a new concept nor something that they care much about. DevOps, the contraction of development and operations, is a philosophy that often faces significant rejection and hostility from both development as well as operations team. The reason is simple – it means change; it changes the way business […] Read More

The Value of Intelligent Networking

More than ever, individuals and businesses have come to appreciate the need for networking at various levels of growth and interaction. This is possible because various network devices have been deployed in the hope that processes will be prompt, reliable and secure. Sadly, it has not been quite easy to make each of the devices […] Read More

Tech Predictions for 2016

Technology Predictions for 2016 If industry reports are to be believed, then 2016 is not going to be a very happy new year for IT vendors. As the year 2015 drew to a close, there was a storm brewing up on the horizon for the IT industry. This storm is expected to transform the IT […] Read More

Gartner Summit Review

IT Financial, Procurement & Asset Management (ITAM) becomes more and more significant as the size of the organization grows and not everyone is prepared for it. The annual Gartner Summit 2015 is dedicated to the various issues arising in this area. Naturally, the event saw a healthy participation from the industry. The three-day long summit […] Read More

Top 5 Ways B2B Procurement Departments are Rising Up to Challenges

Historically, procurement department is usually one of the least focused areas of a business. Except for businesses, which have adopted the Japanese concepts of lean management, and six sigma principles, most organizations seem to take the procurement part of operations largely for granted. In fact, unless the organization is facing emergencies such as a recession, […] Read More

IT Efficiency in Enterprises

A Quick Guide to Achieving IT Efficiency in Enterprises Many Enterprises have a bad track record of being able to manage their IT resources. This, in part at least, can be attributed to the prevailing wisdom among the management that IT department is a cost center, and not a value creation center. This troublesome predisposition […] Read More

Building the Perfectly Organized Procurement Department

In most organizations, a bit of a struggle, or shall we say, a mild dislike between the top level and the lower departmental level is almost a norm. The top management has its eyes set on the procurement costs, and always sees scope for improvement on that front. On the other hand, the departments tend […] Read More