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HP Software's community for IT leaders // November 2012
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Overview

How to match business innovation to IT stability

DevOps expert Damon Edwards discusses why Ops should neither resist innovation nor be a scapegoat when things go wrong.

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In depth

Tapping the cloud for innovation

The head of HP’s Cloud Services Innovation Center discusses better ways for Ops leaders to deliver new ideas.

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Leadership perspective

How CIOs can lead for innovation

Three HP experts share what they’ve learned about how change-focused CIOs drive innovation in IT and the business.

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CIO insight

Explore the future of cloud and SIAM

Michael Garrett, worldwide VP and GM of HP Software Professional Services, discusses customers’ challenges with converged cloud and multi-supplier environments.

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Operations index

20
Percentage of enterprises that rated DevOps a critical or high priority.1

64
Percentage of companies using cloud providers that use between two and five vendors.2

29
Percentage of companies using cloud services citing integration of cloud data with internal data as a concern.2

One question

Q: Should the CIO combat shadow IT with compliance and security issues?


A: It’s a loser’s game, unfortunately. Two preconditions need to exist to eliminate shadow IT: (1) support and enforcement at the executive level, and (2) an IT function that delivers. Get these in line and you can eliminate shadow IT. If not, people are motivated to succeed in whatever way they can.


— Heather Campbell, president of BasicallyIT, former CIO of Canada Pacific Railroad, on the Enterprise CIO Forum

1 “Quick Poll: Enterprise Mobility Trend,” IDG for HP, August 2012

2 “2012 State of Cloud Computing Survey,” Information Week, March 2012


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