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What Are The Challenges Facing IT? (Part II)
What Are The Challenges Facing IT? (Part II)
What Are The Challenges Facing IT? (Part II)
What Are The Challenges Facing IT? (Part II)
What Are The Challenges Facing IT? (Part II)
What Are The Challenges Facing IT? (Part II)
What Are The Challenges Facing IT? (Part II)
What Are The Challenges Facing IT? (Part II)
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What Are The Challenges Facing IT? (Part II)

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This second part of the presentation is an introduction to the challenges facing IT and shows how certain resources can be used to help business improve its performance.

This second part of the presentation is an introduction to the challenges facing IT and shows how certain resources can be used to help business improve its performance.

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  • 1. What are the challenges facing IT today? (Part II) managinginformationtechnology.blogspot.com
  • 2. Agenda
    • Time to market
    • Globalization
    • Service levels
    • Effective organization
    • New business requirements
    • IT investment
  • 3. Time to market
    • Take advantage of windows of opportunity in business.
    • Short project life-cycles.
    • Limited and well defined scope.
    • Incremental implementation of new functionality.
  • 4. Globalization
    • Re-use of as much of the IT infrastructure as possible: Network access, applications, knowledge and services.
    • Purchase of equipment and services through reliable local suppliers.
    • Adaptation of infrastructure to local legislation and business model.
    • Leverage local talent.
  • 5. Service levels
    • Provisioning, helpdesk and incident management.
    • Well defined response and resolution times.
    • Internal and business clients.
    • Orient internal services to provide cost advantage and business services to provide differentiation.
  • 6. Effective organization Rotation Retention Leadership Roles and responsibilities Empowerment Communication Culture Effective organization Recognition and compensation
  • 7. New business requirements Impact analysis New services required New requirements Infra-structure and security required New require-ments New business requirements New business processes New functions required Requirements analysis Business processes Current and planned infrastructure Current functions and technology Corporate arquitecture Analysis of current infrastructure Current infrastructure Gap analysis Change manageme.
  • 8. IT investment
    • IT investments should contribute to:
      • Market value by increasing the value of intangible assets.
      • Reducing expenses by providing cost advantage.
      • Increasing revenue through differentiation.
      • A higher return on equity.
    Assets Liabilities Equity Company balance sheet Market value Enterprise value Expenses Income statement Revenues Net income

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