Tag: Forrester

In Their Now Tech Report Evaluating Cloud Migration Technology, Bill Martorelli and Lauren Nelson Offer Tips for Success.
Setting Your Cloud Migration Strategy: 3 Recommendations from Forrester

During last week’s webinar on IT Transformation featuring Marc Cecere, vice president and principal analyst for Forrester Research, many questions presented by participants went unanswered due to time constraints. Because these questions are likely being asked by many in the IT arena, we asked Marc’s webinar co-host, Pete Pizzutillo of CAST to provide answers to the three most frequently asked questions.

IT Transformation Webinar Questions Answered

In today’s software-driven business world, IT transformation has become an enormous component of business transformation and software risk management. This is one of the key messages delivered by Marc Cecere, Vice President and Principal Analyst for Forrester Research, during a webinar held recently on Business Transformation, which was sponsored by CAST, Inc.

IT Transformation Major Component of Biz Transformation

Discussions in the industry about technical debt have been focused on the IT costs involved in remediation and the potential risk to the company if applications deployed with poor structural integrity fail to perform optimally, or fail completely.

The Financial Implications of Technical Debt

Our colleagues at Gartner have made a little bit of a stir in the media with their findings on IT debt. Almost every industry pub, and some bloggers, have opined by this point. Here is a stack containing some of the recent articles and posts on the topic:

Quantifying Technical Debt: Beware of Your Assumptions

Bill presented the 10 commandments of multisourcing covering governance, SLAs, and best practices. Here are some salient points from his presentation.

Forrester’s Bill Martorelli On Multisourcing

Seldom do the worlds of mainstream network television programming and IT collide. But when they do … it’s comedy. Or at least NBC thinks so. The network is promoting a sitcom called ‘Outsourced’ about an American thirty-something who goes to India to manage a call-center.  Inevitably, comedic culture clashes ensue. Cringe-worthy clip here (SFW but not funny).

CAST Must See-TV Season 2: How to Multisource Applications