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IT departments are busy places these days. In addition to their traditional role of managing enterprise IT, they are bombarded with multiple external influences that are driving dramatic change and increasing their responsibilities. At a high level, here are some of the key issues that most CIOs must address now.
Bring your own device (BYOD) is the talk of the IT community, and many departments are focused on the following issues:
Who would have thought that smart phones and tablets would cause so much chaos for IT departments?
Marketers are pushing cloud solutions at all levels of the enterprise. Some business units are buying cloud-based solutions before IT can review and discuss some of the pertinent questions such as:
The CIOs we talk to are feverishly working to educate their business units on some of the cloud myths and evaluate services before a buying decision has been made.
Where are the resources?
After a few slow years with limited hiring, CIOs are now faced with significant projects and IT initiatives that exceed the capabilities of staff on hand. Their concerns include:
Smart managers are being proactive, making sure they can keep the talent they have and creatively build a base of resources to handle current and future demands. If you need help securing additional resources to augment your full-time staff, or a technical team to orchestrate your next project, please contact us at 972-419-1650.
Andrew is the co-founder and President of BravoTECH, an information technology professional staffing firm. He has served on the Board of the American Electronics Association, SIM (Society for Information Management), Texas Association of Business, and National Kidney Foundation. Andrew received a BSBA in 1980 from Illinois State University and has more than 30 years of experience in the technical employment services industry.