Discover PerformanceHP Software's community for IT leaders // September 2014
How you’ll follow your mobile user’s fingertips
Unless you know user actions at the device level, you’ll never know—or be able to efficiently fix—the user experience problems hiding in your app.Read more
Ticketless IT: Satisfy your end user faster
The IT help desk is buried in requests. But the right approach can use Big Data to change that.Read more
Can Big Data save your help desk?
A look ahead: People are messy, compared to your structured help desk systems. Soon, Big Data tools will make service desk interactions a little more human.Read more
Is DevOps what cloud was 5 years ago?
HP Software VP Roy Ritthaler and “most connected human” Chris Dancy explain why DevOps today is what cloud was five years ago: an inevitable wave about to crest.Watch now
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Q: What are the most common mistakes enterprises make when moving to the cloud?
A: One of the biggest mistakes is to see cloud as purely a technological solution, rather than as a business solution. To ensure the best results, you need to first create a strategy, developed with people who have knowledge of your business and can help you leverage cloud in a way that makes sense for your situation. IT needs to work with business unit leaders to jointly define the desired business outcomes and get alignment on key areas. By focusing efforts on agreed-upon targets, IT can apply technology to drive the business forward in a measurable and quantifiable way, demonstrating value to the business.