Thursday, 24 January 2013

[TechRepublic] Training, not outsourcing, is key to success say CIOs

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TechRepublic Member | January 24, 2013

Training, not outsourcing, is key to success say CIOs

IT leaders who focus on training and retaining staff are generally more successful than those buying in talent from outsourcers, a global survey of more than 2,000 CIOs finds. Read more

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Desktop to Cloud - Browser Migration in the Enterprise

The enterprise must be ready to take applications designed for the old desktop and make them work on a web-based platform. This white paper examines the impact of migrating to a cloud platform through a modern browser. Read more now.

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Guest contributor Lynn LeBlanc considers the challenge of managing multi-hypervisor environments. Is there an approach that minimizes the complexity? Read more

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