Cloud computing represents a sea change in the delivery of IT-dependent business services...but how does it shape enterprise priorities and actions? In The Death of Core Competency, Michael OaNeil argues that in the aday of clouda, the key issue is the ability to apply cloud-based automation within each task and across all processes, creating an entirely new enterprise operating model. Executives who focus on a handful of core competencies will be eclipsed by firms led by management that is in tune with the efficiency gains, the expanded reach and the improved business insight delivered by cloud business infrastructure. The Death of Core Competency also includes a 12-step guide to building a strategic framework for deploying cloud-based business capabilities, experience-based insight and practical guidance on business planning and cloud adoption, and an analysis of what staff members, IT management and corporate executives need to understand a and do a to capitalize on the zero-friction future.Dutta observed that servicebased costing capability does exist in large organizations that are doing chargebacks, but that for ... Dutta has found that understanding true management costs is something that aa lot of companies struggle with, a as is ... storage, and bandwidth required by those servers, the licensing associated with software used by and on the servers, ... hosted SharePoint, WebExa and similar products, as well as with task automation products like CRM, are handled byanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Death of Core Competency: A Management Guide to Cloud Computing and the Zero Friction Future|
|Publisher||:||Lulu Press, Inc - 2014-10-29|