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Project Communications to the C-Suite

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Project Communications to the C-Suite

By Tobi Evangelisti, Senior VP of PMO, and Craig Mullen, Engagement Manager, LogicsOne Project communications to the C-Suite must include as much rational objectivity as possible to provide a pragmatic update taking into consideration identification of the C-Suite stakeholder’s interest.

Top CIOs on Twitter

By Ben Stephenson, Journey to the Cloud Vala Afshar (@valaafshar) of Enterasys Networks recently posted a list of the 50 most social CIOs on Twitter, along with 20 rising stars. If you’re on Twitter and looking to connect with peers and gain useful information, these CIOs are worth checking out. Vala’s list is below…What do you think? Did he leave anyone off that you think was worthy of making the list?

Disaster Recovery in the Cloud, or DRaaS: Revisited

By Randy Weis, Consulting Architect, LogicsOne The idea of offering Disaster Recovery services has been around as long as SunGard or IBM BCRS (Business Continuity & Resiliency Services). Disclaimer: I worked for the company that became IBM Information Protection Services in 2008, a part of BCRS.

Guest Post: A Wrinkle in the IT Universe

By Kai Gray, VP of Operations at Carbonite I feel like tectonic plates are shifting beneath the IT world. I’ve been struggling to put my finger on what it is that is making me feel this way, but slowly things have started to come into focus. These are my thoughts on how cloud computing has forever changed the economics of IT by shifting the balance of power.

Is Cloud Computing Ready for Prime Time?

By John Dixon, Consulting Architect, LogicsOne   A few weeks ago, I took part in another engaging tweetchat on Cloud Computing. The topic: is cloud computing ready for enterprise adoption? You can find the transcript here.

Getting Out of the IT Business

Randy Weis, Consulting Architect, LogicsOne Strange title for a blog from an IT solutions architect? Not really. Some of our clients—say three different sized customers in three very different industries—are starting to ask us how to get out of “doing IT.” What do these organizations all have in common? They all have a history of challenges in effective technology implementations and application projects leading to the CIO/CTO/CFO asking, “Why are we in the IT business? What can we do to offload the work, eliminate the capital expenses, keep operating expenses down, and focus our IT efforts on making our business more responsive to shifting demands and reaching more customers with a higher satisfaction rate?”

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