Topic: 21st Century CIO


| Kevin Kern, EVP, Innotas

A recent Gartner study found that enterprises spend only one-third of their IT budgets on strategic projects, with the majority being spent on sustaining activities. This situation often stems from a combination of factors: limited visibility into all project work, sporadic alignment with business goals, inadequate project prioritization and minimal executive sponsorship. With this change,  … Read more »

| Innotas Team, Admin

A common challenge among Innotas customers can be summed up in a simple question: How do I manage the demand on my IT organization and ensure we are doing the right work (projects, enhancements) – the work that aligns with overall business objectives and delivers value for the entire organization? A lot of the time,  … Read more »

| Innotas Team, Admin

Embracing the benefits of the Cloud for IT organizations, many companies have decided to transition from old-fashioned on-premise solutions to innovative cloud-based applications. The difference has been quite dramatic as many of those who switched have managed to achieve greater efficiency, gain more visibility as well as decrease the overall total cost of ownership. However,  … Read more »

| Innotas Team, Admin

The first week of September turned out to be quite eventful for SaaS vendors as Salesforce.com hosted its annual Dreamforce event – one of the largest conferences in the industry that gathered more than 45,000 attendees at the Moscone Center in San Francisco. The importance of this event is not only in its size and  … Read more »

| Innotas Team, Innotas Team

I recently read an article in “Midmarket CIO” entitled “Business technology is the challenging next step in IT Transformation.” The article challenges CIO’s to take IT and Business Alignment to the next level. It challenges CIO’s to get beyond simply complying with business needs and challenges IT leaders to have an opinion and a willingness  … Read more »

| Innotas Team, Innotas Team

he Center for Collective Intelligence (http://cci.mit.edu) at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) is established around the basic research question: “How can people and computers be connected so that-collectively-they act more intelligently than any individuals, groups, or computers have ever done before?” I think this is a fantastic opening question to any software (or services) company  … Read more »