Juggling is no doubt familiar to CIOs who have to deal with an increasingly demanding audience. http://www.via-cc.at... How do you cope?
whoever is doing the drawings, bravo. They are beautiful and relevant.
We want your views on how traditional businesses will be able to juggle IT priorities in order to deliver the innovation needed in this disruptive context
@jacquesboschung start with a standardised cloud IaaS . . .
@jacquesboschung Think there will become a new kind of service delivery of companies scanning trends, but connect it with new innovations, services. Think Gartner in combination with start-up incubators
You have to keep all your plates in the air (existing business critical apps and platforms), while you respond to the new things that are thrown your way (new business requirements that require new platforms to develop new innovative apps)!
Fintech is a great example of the banking industry being under threat. In 2014, VC poured $12bn into those start-ups, 3X what they had in 2013. Banks need to embrace the customer digital experience or go out of business.
what do you suggest? Xerxel
@DinkoEror Automate aggressively the 2nd platform to have enough money to invest in the 3rd platform.
@jacquesboschung It also provides companies to take their core business but reshape the business model. I have witnessed it within our own company where we put IP into the cloud and be able to bring it into a complete new model into the market
@hansemc Hans you are spot on. Free up the resources ! and invest wisely
@fwammes The fact that 70% of US 'Generation Y', would prefer to visit their dentist than go to the bank simply highlights the need for true digital transformation in retail banking
@fwammes and migrate 'old' existing data to an open platform (a data lake???)
@ratcliffe_d if you go to a 'public meeting' of Amazon AWS, it's all about building the tools to get the best usage of the cloud. Their view: Hybrid cloud is just an 'intermediate station'
My family are all dentists - I see too much of them. But you're right, the banking sector has survived for too long on customer inertia. When the tide changes, this will come back to bite them
@WitoldKepinski understandable for AWS, they have no hybrid offerings . .
@WitoldKepinski AWS: wij van wc-end adviseren wc-eend . .
Sometime soon we will move away from the term Hybrid. We will just be talking about interoperable cloud and they'll ALL be like that
@hansemc Hans; strange thought. Would they ever go Private like they now are entering the brick and mortar stores ?
@WitoldKepinski someone with only a public strategy would quite rightly use this argument, I refer back to a point I made earlier that there are still tons of mainframes out there. most companies with legacy will be hybrid for decades to come
@jacquesboschung Having said that I don't like dentists... I do all that I can do via digital way!!!! Like me many other people. Companies cannot ignore it!
Use @ to reply I do agree with you Nic!
@jacquesboschung Users will force the enterprise cloud journey
@NicBoldrini Agree. I once did a questionnaire in the audience who used solutions like Evernote etc. Then people started to realise that cloud is already there. Cloud can and has become already the new shadow software !
@NicBoldrini Yes, but with the right processes, tools and agile infrastructure internal IT can provide the same superior customer experience as any public cloud provider
@jacquesboschung Totally agree! DevOps is one of the main pillars, the key success