In this article, Steve Conley, Red Sox IT Director, discusses how Fenway has advanced Wi-Fi.
Disruptions in business models, technology, and work force have led to new challenges for CIOs and technology leaders. The business starts to see technology cost rise due to increased need and not mismanagement thus forming a circle.
“We can deduce from our findings that cloud is largely restricted to test and development, and software as a service (SaaS). IT leaders have held back from putting their business engine in the cloud – the suites of core applications and data that lie at the heart of the organisation. They are concerned that cloud providers do not appreciate the complexity of their legacy ICT estate and fear migration may not be successful.”
~ Damian Skendrovic, VP Cloud Services, NTT Europe
Corporate IT may no longer be cheapest purveyor of application hosting, infrastructure, storage and other services.