Sheetal Kale

Cloud Data Migration

The Keys to Ensure a Successful CMDB Implementation

By Sheetal Kale | February 8, 2017

Configuration Management Database (CMDB) Today’s modern enterprises are driven by IT. With the proliferation of new technologies such as Cloud, Mobility, Virtual Machines, and new hardware and software devices, the IT infrastructure is increasingly becoming more complex. For the IT

101 on Service Integration and Management (SIAM)

By Sheetal Kale | January 26, 2017

Service Integration and Management Enterprise IT architecture has evolved from the earlier monolithic, single supplier model to a best-of-breed approach in order to address IT needs of specific business services. The struggle for enterprises is that, as they consume IT

Candidate Tracking and New Hire Onboarding – Future Automation

By Sheetal Kale | January 3, 2017

Candidate Tracking Systems Annually, $400 Billion are being spent on recruiting services and systems and even then, businesses are struggling to find the right talent, interested candidates are not finding their dream jobs, and star talent are still stuck in

The Paradigm Shift In Enterprise IT Operations Management

By Sheetal Kale | December 8, 2016

IT Operations Management Rapid change is the new constant with today’s Enterprises. There is a continuous shift in the technology landscape and the demands of the customers coupled with Enterprises wanting to stay competitive. This changing, fluid environment results in

Data Friendly Ideas

The Myths Vs Facts of Governance, Risk and Compliance

By Sheetal Kale | December 6, 2016

Governance, Risk, Compliance As disruptive technology changes the way businesses operate and communicate internally and externally, companies are facing increasing complexity of governance, compliance and risks. The need for a high degree of agility and transparency in the GRC program

Cloud Architecture – The Multi-Tenant Versus Multi-Instance Debate

By Sheetal Kale | August 3, 2016

Cloud Architecture Winston Churchill quotes, “We shape our buildings; thereafter they shape us”. We can truly extend this analogy to the cloud too. The way the cloud works, stores, governs, secures and manages user data in its varied forms is

THOUGHT LEADERSHIP ARCHIVE

The Economics, Concepts and Fundamentals of Cloud Computing

By Gopan Joshi

Fundamentals of Cloud Computing Addressing security concerns of the Public Cloud Enthusiasm for cloud computing has as much to do with economics as technology. Growth in the number of applications and the volume of data that must be managed have

Four Recurring Revenue Imperatives

By Tom Dibble

Revenue Imperatives “Follow the money” is always a good piece of advice, but in today’s recurring revenue-driven market, “follow the customer” may be more powerful. Two recurring revenue imperatives highlight the importance of responding to, and cherishing customer interactions. Technology

IT Service Management Strategy

Automation and the IT Service Management Strategy

By Brian Day

IT Service Management Strategy It’s true. The full potential of automation cannot be fully realized until it is informed and supported by an effective IT service management strategy (ITSM) that encompasses your entire IT environment, as well as business objectives,

Choice: A Critical Factor For A Successful Business

By Isabelle Guis

A Critical Factor For A Successful Business One of the most valuable business assets a company has today is its data. The problem is that most companies don’t know how to structure their information and then effectively leverage it to

Is Machine Learning The Future? Making Your Data Scientists Obsolete

By Guha Ramasubramanian

Is Machine Learning The Future? In a recent study, almost all the businesses surveyed stated that big data analytics were fundamental to their business strategies. Although the field of computer and information research scientists is growing faster than any other

My Fascination with Amazon Go

By Ken Tsai

Amazon Go Recently, Amazon unveiled the world’s first completely self-service, no checkout, grocery store — and it’s really captured the public’s imagination. Lines have stretched around the block to try the new, “no-line” experience. It’s the new topic of water cooler, coffee shop,

Overcoming the impact of a major disaster on their IT infrastructure

By CloudTweaks

Overcoming IT Infrastructure Disaster One of the least considered benefits of cloud computing in the average small or mid-sized business manager’s mind is the aspect of disaster recovery. Part of the reason for this is that so few small and

Built to Last: Choosing the Right Infrastructure Partner for Your Game

By Robert Van der Meulen

Choosing the Right Infrastructure Partner There are millions of gamers around the globe, and according to gaming market research firm Newzoo, they’ll drive roughly $108.9 billion in revenue for the industry by the end of this year. As video games

The Paradigm Shift In Enterprise IT Operations Management

By Sheetal Kale

IT Operations Management Rapid change is the new constant with today’s Enterprises. There is a continuous shift in the technology landscape and the demands of the customers coupled with Enterprises wanting to stay competitive. This changing, fluid environment results in

The Cloud Debate – Private, Public, Hybrid or Multi Clouds?

By CloudTweaks

The Cloud Debate Now that we’ve gotten over the hump of whether we should adopt the cloud or not, “which cloud” is now the center of the debate. It feels like that one multiple choice question on an exam that

Leading Multicloud Strategies

Solving the Complexities of Leading Multicloud Strategies

Leading Multicloud Strategies To avoid the dreaded cloud lock-in, many organizations are now managing multiple clouds to service their business ...
As Enterprises Execute Their Digital Strategies, New Multi-cloud Landscape Emerge

As Enterprises Execute Their Digital Strategies, New Multi-cloud Landscape Emerge

The Multi-cloud Landscape The digital universe is expanding rapidly, and cloud computing is building the foundation for almost infinite use ...
Technology Cloud Contributor

IoT Data Centers – “We’ve Always Done IoT, We’re Just Terrible At Marketing It”

IoT Data Centers An often repeated phrase by many data center professionals is “We’ve always done IoT, we’re just terrible ...
5 Important VR Industry Trends Starting To Take Shape

5 Important VR Industry Trends Starting To Take Shape

5 Important VR Industry Trends In recent years, virtual reality (VR) finally made a move to the mainstream after largely ...
What Skills Do I Need to Become a Data Scientist?

What Skills Do I Need to Become a Data Scientist?

Becoming a Data Scientist Leveraging the use of big data, as an insight-generating engine, has driven the demand for data ...
ERP Ain’t Got the Same Soul, I Like that Old Time Rock ‘n’ Roll

ERP Ain’t Got the Same Soul, I Like that Old Time Rock ‘n’ Roll

Designing Enterprise Software around People Looking back, business owners talked to their customers and employees in person or by phone ...
Is 2018 the Tipping Point in Digital Transformation?

Is 2018 the Tipping Point in Digital Transformation?

“Survival, in the cool economics of biology, means simply the persistence of one’s own genes in the generations to follow.” —Lewis ...
Collaboration in 2018 and Beyond: Four Technology Trends That Will Have Maximum Impact

Collaboration in 2018 and Beyond: Four Technology Trends That Will Have Maximum Impact

Collaboration in 2018 Four Technology Trends 2017 is coming to an end, which marks the time of year when we ...
Critical Success Factors when shifting Workloads into the Cloud

Critical Success Factors when shifting Workloads into the Cloud

Shifting Workloads into the Cloud By 2020, 92 percent of all workloads will reside in the cloud. Yet challenges remain ...
Server-less Computing Necessitates A Significant Mind Shift

Server-less Computing Necessitates A Significant Mind Shift

Server-less is More The author of the Pied Piper of Hamelin, Robert Browning, is one of my favorite English poets ...