Category: Digital Transformation

Who Makes You Think Multi-Cloud?

Contributor and Cloud Evangelist Ian Moyse seeks the capabilities most have come to hope from a multi-cloud environment. Many either pay lip service in delivery or have found their current approaches limiting. Where is the promised land of “easy to shift when required” and to mix cloud platforms freely without limitations of cost and development?  The Multi-cloud enables an organisation to distribute workloads across multiple cloud environments, mitigating single cloud risks and gaining a bigger return for investment.

Digital AI

Digital.ai – A new Value Stream Management (VSM) platform

CIO WaterCooler Contributor and Bloor Editor, David Norfolk, explores the Digital.ai Value Stream Management platform. The platform integrates existing tools such as Collabnet VersionOne, XebiaLabs and Arxan. VSM involves making an entire software pipeline transparent, with interoperable tools (including APIs for the integration of existing tools from other vendors in an organisation) and is about tracking, measuring and optimising value delivery.

How the pandemic has changed the way tech leaders deliver digital transformation

We spoke with CIO WaterCooler members  Nick Burton, Victoria Higgin,  Chris Lord and Sue Walnut to understand how the pandemic has changed their attitudes and how they deliver digital transformation. In the article, we highlight the top takeaways and include perspectives from our contributors in their own words.

 

Building coalitions that drive a transformation culture

The selected team can make or break a transformation project. Transformation Executive and Contributor Shaun Taylor talks about the key coalitions that make transformations successful and the attitudes required to deliver a unified objective.

Huawei HAS (Or HAS Not)

5G had aggressive rollout plans anyway and COVID has exasperated the need for this new tech. Aligned to this and the political shenaniganss amidst COVID’s time, Huawei had their Annual Analyst Summit with some interesting takeaways.

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