Tag: IT Risk

While it’s important for CIOs to remain in-the-know, it’s also imperative for CIOs to support business outcomes with today’s technologies while preparing for the future.
‘No pain, no gain?’ How about ‘little pain, great gain?’
Three Things Software Intelligence Can Tell Business Leaders About IT Risk.
Why the C-Suite Should Scorecard IT Risk
Software risk is business risk, but who is ultimately responsible? This blog explores insights from the Cutter Consortium on how to de-risk business-critical software systems.
Software Risk is Business Risk

If you've read the news lately, you've seen headline after headline (some, even on our blog) about computer glitches, technical failures, software risk, and hacks.  The health of applications is now under more microscopic attention than ever before - because no matter whether internal or external causes prompt a software outage, the security and stability of your applications are paramount.

The Importance of Checking Software Risk and Software Quality: A Wake-Up Call to Firms Across the Globe

Software analysis and measurement is the intelligent use of application information to improve IT investment decisions, operational performance, and customer outcomes. While the notion of measuring application development (ADM) has long been a controversial one; as application development and maintenance matures and measurement capabilities evolve organizations are finding that the ability to effectively measure application development output can lead to many benefits:

Infographic: The Value of Software Analysis and Measurement

We’ve been reading quite a bit the last few weeks about iPhone related issues that have had an impact on the security (Citi) and stability (AT&T) of customer data. Beyond the current arms race in the media to see who can write more frequently about Apple, there may actually be something there that spells real news for us in IT.

The iPhone is Changing the Face of IT