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Thursday, 21 July 2016

Free IBM report on The Future of the IT Department

IBM has developed a report titled - The Future of the IT Department - which talks about how cloud is transforming the way in which IT shops operate.  This is an important read for any small business leader since it reinforces that cloud computing is more than just technology and there are changes that must be anticipated and planned for your workforce.

Below is an excerpt of the free report from IBM and a link to download the full report.


Introduction

It doesn't take much of a trawl through the volume of media articles written about cloud computing before you come across an article suggesting that cloud computing spells the end for the internal IT department of the enterprise. After all, you just use a service provided from somewhere else by someone else don’t you? What possible need would there be for an IT department?

Cloud computing engagements with clients however tell a very different story. It is plain to see that most organisations will still very much need an IT organisation. It may well be smaller in size; the standardisation and automation that clouds provide saves cost by removing or reducing the number of IT organisation employees; and what that department will be called upon to do will change considerably from today.

The need however still remains. This then raises the question: what will the IT department of the future look like?

Read more and download the free IBM Report - The Future of the IT Department at:

https://app.box.com/s/hp45jspyoxea1145qirbdn69rim763k2

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