Intel focusing on enterprise app space #AppsWorld

Intel is using its Intel Developers Conference this year to push towards enterprise apps and engaging developer communities.

And according to the computing giant, this year will see huge leaps in the enterprise app space.

“We think 2013 is the year of the enterprise app,” writes Intel in an industry view, adding: “CIOs from most industries will be accelerating their efforts to expose their enterprises to the exciting mobile...

By James Bourne, 29 January 2013, 0 comments. Categories: CIO, Development, Enterprise Mobility, Security.

CIOs must scrutinise the security of their cloud setup

Research from IT recruitment consultancy Robert Half Technology has brought up an all too familiar story – CIOs are not testing the security credentials of their cloud vendor.

The latest figures suggest that 55% of the CIOs surveyed haven't tested the security procedures that their cloud vendor provides, despite the threat of expensive retrospective action.

Similarly, recent research has revealed that fewer than half of CIOs test cloud security systems and procedures. At the same time, the survey,...

By Wave Systems, 21 January 2013, 1 comment. Categories: CIO, Cloud , Enterprise Mobility, Security.

Gartner survey examines CIO agenda in the enterprise

A global survey of CIOs by analyst house Gartner has revealed that mobile technology is forecast to be the most disruptive technology in the enterprise over the next 10 years.

The study, entitled ‘Hunting and Harvesting in a Digital World’ and produced by Gartner Executive Programs, polled over 2000 CIOs amounting to over $230bn (£143.6bn) in IT budgets. And according to the CIOs polled, mobile has a huge part to play in disrupting the current IT landscape.

It’s perhaps unsurprising,...

By James Bourne, 17 January 2013, 0 comments. Categories: Big Data, CIO, Cloud , Enterprise Mobility, Mobile.

Enterprise mobility fears keeping CIOs awake at night

The topic of mobility and mobile is everywhere these days, not just in our homes but in our offices and boardrooms too. Some great statistics, recently released by [x]cube labs, suggest that as many as 73% of the global enterprise workforce are mobile workers. This may sound a little high even fantastical but they split the workers into groupings of users which included “wannabes” or those who are not actually mobile but want the technology that goes...

By David Akka, 29 November 2012, 0 comments. Categories: CIO, Employees, Mobile, Security.

Service catalogue: Hero of the BYOD revolution

Service catalogues are increasingly becoming a more powerful tool to both enable and control the BYOD revolution.

Of course, the tech world is abuzz with the BYOD conversation.

What you don’t hear much of anymore, however, is discussion about whether BYOD will become the norm. Instead, there are conversations about how to integrate it into the workplace, how to handle security and what BYOD means for the future of the CIO and their IT teams.

I say use the

By Richard Turkel, 26 November 2012, 1 comment. Categories: BYOD, CIO, Enterprise Mobility.

Why innovation must shape the CIO agenda

Denise Montgomery, Research Director, Financial Services Technology, Asia-Pacific, Ovum

Leading and managing innovation in a cost-constrained environment, and managing the organizational change that accompanies it, is a core concern for CIOs across industries. Given the scale and speed of the digital revolution, approaches to innovation need to focus on addressing the challenge of disruption, rather than initiating process improvement. In this environment, mobility is viewed as the new canvas for IT, along with cloud,...

By Ovum StraightTalk, 26 November 2012, 0 comments. Categories: CIO, Enterprise Mobility, Mobile.

5 tips for CIOs to cut the cost of mobile business apps

Many chief execs and CIOs will be shocked at the full cost of developing mobile business apps and it won’t be too surprising to hear the words "how much?" yelled across a boardroom - perhaps followed by an expletive or two - before or after the project is undertaken.
 
On the basis that it's better to understand in advance and take steps to manage the costs, we have provided some guidelines - five pieces of advice for CIOs that could reduce costs when creating a...

By 5APP, 09 November 2012, 1 comment. Categories: CIO, Enterprise Mobility, Mobile.

CIOs struggling to keep on budget with enterprise app projects

The majority of IT company CIOs are struggling with budgeting for enterprise app testing, according to the latest survey from agile data management provider Delphix.

The research, presented by IDG Research Services and entitled ‘Enterprise Application Development MarketPulse’, garnered 108 responses from CIOs, CTIOs, executive VPs and the like from app-related IT companies, and the big takeaways were:

  • 86% of IT executives believe enterprise app initiatives are a major strategic priority for their business
  • 94% of respondents claimed that it was...

By James Bourne, 17 October 2012, 0 comments. Categories: CIO, Enterprise Mobility, MDM, Monetisation, Research.

CSC's CIO Barometer reveals BYOD uptake [infographic]

An in-depth piece of research from CSC, entitled ‘The CIO Barometer’, has revealed that, for many top IT brass, their personal devices are more useful to them than company-given equipment.

The survey covered more than 330 IT directors throughout North America and Europe, with half of the participants IT managers in their respective companies, alongside IT directors (29%) and CIOs (20%).

And the results found that, for many CIOs, the consumerisation of IT hasn’t been a smooth...

By James Bourne, 19 September 2012, 0 comments. Categories: BYOD, CIO, Cloud , Employees, Enterprise Mobility, Infographic, Research.