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By: Tenable     Published Date: Nov 06, 2018
"What steps should you take to enable the effective and secure use of public cloud services? According to Gartner, “CIOs need to ensure their security teams are not holding back cloud initiatives with unsubstantiated cloud security worries. Instead, they should encourage their teams to apply imagination and energy to develop new approaches to securely and reliably leverage the benefits of SaaS, PaaS and IaaS.” By reading, “Clouds Are Secure: Are You Using Them Securely?,” you will gain insight into Gartner’s recommended practices for effective and secure adoption of public cloud services, including: Develop an enterprise cloud strategy, including guidance on what data can be placed into which clouds and under what circumstances. Implement and enforce policies on cloud ownership, responsibility and risk acceptance by outlining expectations for form, significance and control of public cloud use. Follow a life cycle approach to cloud governance that emphasizes the operational control of
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By: CA Technologies EMEA     Published Date: Aug 07, 2017
A lot can be learned from getting a group of experienced CIOs in a room and encouraging them to talk freely about the topics at the front of their minds. Rarely do they want to discuss technology, and even the latest IT industry ‘hot topics’ usually don’t get that much airplay. Conversations, and sometimes quite heated debates, tend to revolve around broader business-related trends, how these are changing stakeholder and user behaviour and expectations, and how best to respond to such dynamics.
Tags : development tools, code management, software build, service virtualisation, automation management, platform building, sdlc, mttr, continuous testing, testing effort, service virtualisation, delivery ecosystem
     CA Technologies EMEA
By: Logicalis     Published Date: Jun 20, 2014
Transitioning your organization to a service-defined model will help your IT department deliver critical applications and capabilities that your lines of business need to stay competitive, at the pace your line of business managers need them. This brief discusses five considerations that will help you understand the benefits of the service-defined enterprise and help make the transition from technology-defined to service-defined a smooth one.
Tags : service-defined enterprise, it agility, it responsiveness, it transformation, shadow it, it as a service, itsm, service-based it, service-centric it, technology expectations, cio expectations, cio review, it results, it expectations, soap, service oriented architecture
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