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  • Tech Trends 2014: Real-time DevOps
    Early adopters of real-time DevOps have the opportunity to profoundly impact their IT shop, accelerating IT delivery, improving quality, and better aligning with the business.
  • Realising the promise of new technologies
    While technology investments in the financial services sector continue to surge, many institutions are still dependent on legacy operating systems ill-equipped to support or even allow the types of new product, service and operating models banks need to compete. Banks and other firms hoping to compete should consider their core IT infrastructure in order to take advantage of tech-driven innovation.
  • Preparing for the future
    Learn how a global P&C insurer transformed its data center infrastructure to empower its growth vision.
  • ERP for IT: Ready for primetime?
    With no truly integrated suite of applications to integrate the ad-hoc processes, workarounds, and siloes that define many IT environments today, how can CIOs achieve uniformity, scale, and efficiency?
  • Migrating to IPv6: Advice for getting started
    Read the Wall Street Journal article.
  • Staple yourself to the customer
    Rethinking how you do business in the postdigital era.
  • From Bangalore to Boston: The trend of bringing IT back in-house
    Read about insourcing and this new trend’s drivers, opportunities and challenges.
  • Case studies in reducing process complexity in general and administrative (G&A) and shared services
    Driving to capture the next generation of continuous improvement in service delivery transformation.
  • Outsourcing today and tomorrow: Insights from Deloitte’s 2012 global outsourcing and insourcing survey
    The future of outsourcing will likely belong to those who appreciate the distinctive demands of effective outsourcing – and who invest in helping their organizations address them.
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