Why is Hybrid IT top of mind for CIOs

Hybrid IT: when CIOs provide and manage some IT resources in-house but use cloud-based services for others

September 27, 2016

Patrice CheretHybrid IT: when CIOs provide and manage some IT resources in-house but use cloud-based services for others

Want to know what today’s information technology leaders say about hybrid IT?

MeetTheBoss gathered together 25 senior IT professionals from such diverse worlds as banking, entertainment, manufacturing, and utilities to ask one question: how can hybrid IT make your business quicker?

The result? Accelerating the digital business with hybrid IT, a new e-book, which MeetTheBoss produced in association with Dimension Data.

Find out why on-the-pulse CIOs are combining the best of both worlds – the security of owned and the agility of as-a-service – for their organisations’ IT resource provision and management to accelerate their business strategy in an increasingly digital world.

Discover what’s moving CIO’s to hybrid IT

Hybrid IT, the management of in-house and cloud-based services, is gaining traction particularly with the acceleration of the technological landscape. CIOs are increasingly being challenged to offer more than ‘just’ infrastructure support. How are they meeting those challenges?

Deliver the greatest benefit in the shortest time

Security concerns, zealous regulators, data sovereignty concerns, taking a bimodal approach: every business is different. Fortunately, there’s a hybrid IT approach for every organisation, each with its own response to benefits and challenges. What are some of the ‘easy wins’ for organisations adopting hybrid IT? How can you move at the variable speed of business today?

Debunk the myths of the cloud

Often CIOs get so caught up in looking for the ‘perfect cloud’ or believing ‘urban myths’ about cloud that it inhibits rather than innovates. Accelerating benefits is as easy as a three-step process. What do you need to maximise benefits for your organisation?

Our new e-book will show why it’s important to think about business outcomes before technology. Once you know what your business wants to achieve, you can prioritise investments around these.

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