CIO’s and CFO’s play important roles in any organization but historically the two have faced challenges working together in terms of budget and technology investments.Continue reading “Imagine if the CIO and CFO Shared a Bed?”
Enterprises currently operating in the cloud have over 35% wasted cloud spend.
Monthly bills keep getting higher and spending on cloud services is not going to slow down any time soon, quite the opposite.
That is why ‘Cloud Cost Optimization’ is once again the top priority for most enterprises.
So why not do something about it?Continue reading “There is No Reason to Overpay for Cloud. Do Something About It”
Gartner latest IT spending forecast predicts spend on cloud services will increase by almost 60% through 2021.Continue reading “Cloud Shift Driving the Rise in Global IT Spend”
Technology has changed the way we live, many would say for the better, and will continue to do so in the future.
The position of CIO is one with an ever-growing list of daunting tasks and objectives. “Digitize our business”, “disrupt everything”, “why aren’t you 3D printing more things”.
Yet, CIO’s are still facing the critical challenge of paying for all this, while keeping their existing environment running smoothly, and keeping costs low.
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At Kostner, we believe it’s important to understand what you need. Have a look at this video with Mikkel Naesager to find out how we work with this question at Kostner.
FLSmidth’s director of IT and IT security Mads Madsbjerg Hansen invested half a million kr. and now stands to save 12 million kr. on software. Photo: Peter-Emil Witt. Original article by Knud Teddy Rasmussen.
Translation of an article from Børsen posted on 27. september 2017.
The industry giant threw half a million kr. after a start-up company with an analysis tool that can track unnecessary licenses for software. The result: 12 million kr. saved.
The Israeli government has decided not to renew their Microsoft software licensing agreement when their current contract with the company runs out at the end of the year.