Thursday Feb 28, 2013

Cloud PPM: Everything you need to know to make the business case

Written by Guest Blogger Wayne Caccamo, Sr Director, Product Marketing, Oracle

It’s Happening, Keep Up or Fall Behind

We are in the midst of a transition to cloud based computing as the primary model for data center workloads. According to “Independent Shipment Analysis, Cisco Systems”, by 2014, over 50% of all workloads will be processed in the cloud; traditional computing will be in the minority. It is projected to reduce overall tech spending by $30B-$39B in 2013, replacing 14% of global on-premise spending in 2020. This transition translates into a cloud computing market growth rate of 37% from 2008 to 2013, from $13B to $55B. According to another source, the total cloud market was $20B in 2011 and is expected to reach $26.4B in 2012, equating to 32% growth year over year. Gartner pegged the expected growth rate between 2011 and 2012 at 37% (from $14.5B to $22.1B).

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Wednesday Feb 27, 2013

Agile Computing: The Path to Strategic Agility

Financial institutions are facing unprecedented business challenges. Learn why strategic agility is critical to stay ahead of a complex and changing global landscape.

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Monday Feb 25, 2013

PMO Visibility is the Key to Success #pmot

Written by Guest Blogger Wayne Caccamo, Sr Director, Product Marketing, Oracle

Do all projects, big and small, flow through your project management office (PMO)?  Or at least are all projects that matter to the organization under the jurisdiction of the PMO?  Well, they should.  If many are, but the real big ticket, high dollar projects that are sometimes the baby projects of some executive in the organization seem to go to some specialized group targeted by said executive, that’s when you may have problems. 

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Wednesday Feb 13, 2013

The Race is On—Evolving to Compete and Win in the Global Marketplace

Written By: John Reichard,  Director, Discrete Manufacturing Strategy, Oracle

Manufacturing is critical to the global economy; it contributes to innovation, productivity and international trade—all in a volatile and demanding marketplace. A marketplace that over the last few years has been strained by economic, political and environmental stress. Economists describe the business climate as slowly improving but very sensitive, or really the new normal environment for business. How will you evolve and compete to win in the new normal global marketplace?

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