Innovative Thinkers and Industry Leaders Sharing Insights and Perspectives
Utilize the operational data that exists within your ITSM and ITOM tools to provide greater insight before taking action.
Posted by: VFTE Editor on October 1st, 2015
During my tenure in government, I oversaw a period of great change in technology solutions and business models, giving me a perspective that is helpful as I now work with federal clients.
Posted by: Casey Coleman on September 29th, 2015
With all of the “Internet of Things”, do I have to worry about new devices and how they affect the security of my house?
Posted by: Michael Kain on September 23rd, 2015
In catering to demands of consumers who are lapping up new technologies at breakneck speed, banks face mammoth challenges. These are the top 4 roadblocks in digital banking in Asia 2015.
Posted by: Sumeet Kumar Panda on September 22nd, 2015
The market is evolving rapdily from a reactive IT ticket and service desk mode to one of digital business innovator. What are the key things you need to be thinking about to adjust your organization to stay competitive and to drive new innovation and services?
Posted by: VFTE Editor on September 22nd, 2015
The new Apple TV will be a major force in the consumerization of IT and will open many new possibilities. The thing to keep in mind is that apps are going to be in everything, not just TVs.
Posted by: Carl Grzybowski on September 21st, 2015
Migrating from Windows 10? Learn how starting with your people, rather than technology, can provide an opportunity to deliver significant value to the enterprise through increased productivity or enhanced user experience.
Posted by: Kevin Turner on September 17th, 2015
The post explains the difference between the Multichannel and the Omnichannel banking. Also helps understand the transformation of a multichannel bank into a Omnichannel bank.
Posted by: Ian Selbie on September 16th, 2015
What are the opportunities and challenges for the IT service management team in a world where more applications are moving into the cloud, offered as subscription services, from a multitude of vendors? Can you keep control and visibility?
Posted by: Ian Krieger on September 15th, 2015
One can no longer afford to simply watch unfolding cyber events, usually a step too slow to do more than figure out what just happened. Instead, we need to embrace a new way of defending ourselves – by assuming the bad guys already are inside of our organizations.
Posted by: Tom Patterson on September 14th, 2015