Summary: In this week’s article roundup, we learn how to ensure your enterprise mobility efforts succeed, the problem that’s hurting big data analytics, and more.
5 risks of using a dated BI solution
Today’s CIOs stand at a crossroads. Should they keep investing in legacy BI solutions that have strong governance but slow businesses down, or should they embrace a next-generation BI platform that helps them stay ahead of the curve?
In enterprise mobility, “there’s an app for that” is not enough
For your enterprise mobility efforts to succeed—from buy-in to execution—mobility needs to be fully integrated into your business strategy. It can’t just be a loose end or a box you check that says “we’re mobile.” And you must make sure to avoid these common mobile strategy mistakes.
Urgent Need for Application Modernization Seen at the Federal Level
Security breaches. Downtime. Poor performance. These are some of the problems federal IT managers expect to encounter if they continue to run legacy applications as they now exist. How can these IT managers modernize their systems, and avoid the drawbacks of legacy applications?
Lack of talent hampers big data analytics
A shallow talent pool of skilled workers to analyze big data, combined with the challenge of weeding out bad information, continues to cause nightmares for CIOs. We recently held a webinar which addresses this issue, which you can find here.