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

Building Your Small Business

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