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Six ways to create better IT metrics

With better ways of measuring the performance of the IT organisation, you can provide better outcomes for the rest of the business

The IT organisation is moving beyond simply being a provider of services to the rest of the business, it is expected to work closely… read more

By Rene Millman | 25 March 2015

How CIOs can lead digital transformation

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How CIOs can lead digital transformation

We now expect access to information, seamlessly, effortlessly and immediately

Digital services are connecting us faster than ever before, with Facebook recently reaching 50m users in a fraction of the time of anything before it – including the television, iPod and the internet. In this hyper-connected world, the way we use technology has never been more closely aligned between our business and personal lives. With that comes an expectation to receive the same seamless, and straightforward, digital experiences from our service providers that we get from our social networks.

What to do about Windows Server 2003

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What to do about Windows Server 2003

Official support for Windows Server 2003 will cease on July 14, 2015, is your organisation ready?

By migrating to Windows Server 2012 R2, Microsoft Azure or Office 365, enterprises can achieve concrete benefits including improved performance, reduced maintenance requirements, and increased agility and speed of business response. So why have millions of businesses not yet made the move?

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