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CFOs and CIOs: How do You Know When to Reach for the Clouds?


Technology decision makers, notably CFOs and CIOs, are facing the reality that their organization's computing technology and data will likely be “in the cloud.”

With the CFO driving decisions through the lens of the Four Faces -- strategist, catalyst, steward, and operator -- the CFO can embrace cloud to catalyze behaviors across the organization and to execute strategic and financial objectives, while diligently creating a risk intelligent culture. Furthermore, the CIO and the technology department can increase its visibility as a valued service provider to the broader organization.

Download, CFOs and CIOs: How do you know when to reach for the clouds?, to understand when cloud computing may be appropriate and how to reach the cloud(s) strategically, operationally, and as a catalyst for your organization.

CFOs/CIOs: How do you know when to reach for the clouds?

  • What is cloud computing?
  • How do firms "Try out" cloud computing?
  • The four faces of the CFO and looking to the cloud
  • How do you know when cloud is right for you?

“I would like to have a way to allow many different users to have access to data and have better analytic capabilities...should we just move data analysis to the cloud, or should we move all operational information to the cloud?”
CFO - Mobile Payments Company

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