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Le Cloud, priorité n°3 des DSI selon Gartner

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16 top prioritésLe cloud Computing dans ses 3 dimensions (PaaS, IaaS et SaaS) constituela 3e priorité technologiques des DSI derrière la business intelligence (incluant le big data et l’analytics) et les technologies mobiles. C’est ce que révèle Gartner dans son enquête annuelle auprès de plus de 2000 DSI.

Le cloud est apparu pour la première fois en 2009 en seconde position des priorités des DSI derrière la virtualisation et il resté dans le Top3 depuis. En revanche la virtualisation est devenue beaucoup moins importante, sans doute par cette technologie est devenue aujourd’hui mature.

L’examen des 10 priorités montre une relative permanence côté business, ce qui n’est pas trop surprenant, alors qu’elle connaît des changements significatifs pour ce concerne les technologies. Cela n’est pas trop surprenant non plus dans la mesure où les technologies évoluent très rapidement et peuvent changer la donne d’une année sur l’autre.

Top 10 CIO Business and Technology Priorities in 2013

Top 10 Business Priorities

 

Top 10 Technology Priorities
Increasing enterprise growth

1

Analytics and business intelligence
Delivering operational results

2

Mobile technologies
Reducing enterprise costs

3

Cloud computing (SaaS, IaaS, PaaS)
Attracting and retaining new customers

4

Collaboration technologies
Improving IT applications and infrastructure

5

Legacy modernization
Creating new products and services

6

IT management
Improving efficiency

7

CRM
Attracting and retaining the workforce

8

Virtualization
Implementing analytics and big data

9

Security
Expanding into new markets and geographies

10

ERP Applications

SaaS = software as a service; IaaS = infrastructure as a service; PaaS = platform as a service
Source: Gartner Executive Programs (January 2013)

Top 10 CIO Business and Technology Priorities in 2012

Top 10 Business Priorities

#

Top 10 Technology Priorities
Increasing enterprise growth

1

Analytics and business intelligence
Attracting and retaining new customers

2

Mobile technologies
Reducing enterprise costs

3

Cloud computing (SaaS, IaaS, PaaS)
Creating new products and services (innovation)

4

Collaboration technologies (workflow)
Delivering operational results

5

Virtualization
Improving efficiency

6

Legacy Modernization
Improving profitability (margins)

7

IT Management
Attracting and retaining the workforce

8

CRM
Improving marketing and sales effectiveness

9

ERP Applications
Expanding into new markets and geographies

10

Security

Source: Gartner Executive Programs (January 2012)

 

 

 

 

 

Top 10 Business and Technology Priorities in 2011

Top 10 Business Priorities

#

Top 10 Technology Priorities
Increasing enterprise growth

1

Cloud computing
Attracting and retaining new customers

2

Virtualization
Reducing enterprise costs

3

Mobile technologies
Creating new products and services (innovation)

4

IT management
Improving business processes

5

Business intelligence
Implementing and updating business applications

6

Networking, voice and data communications
Improving technical infrastructure

7

Enterprise applications
Improving enterprise efficiency

8

Collaboration technologies
Improve operations

9

Infrastructure
Improving business continuity, risk and security

10

Web 2.0

Source: Gartner EXP (January 2011)

 

 

 

Top 10 Business and Technology Priorities in 2010

Top 10 Business Priorities # Top 10 Technology Priorities
Business process improvement

1

Virtualization
Reducing enterprise costs

2

Cloud computing
Increasing the use of information/analytics

3

Web 2.0
Improving enterprise workforce effectiveness

4

Networking, voice and data communications
Attracting and retaining new customers

5

Business Intelligence
Managing change initiatives

6

Mobile technologies
Creating new products or services (innovation)

7

Data/document management and storage
Targeting customers and markets more effectively

8

Service-oriented applications and architecture
Consolidating business operations

9

Security technologies
Expanding current customer relationships

10

IT management

Source: Gartner EXP (January 2010)

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Top 10 Business and Technology Priorities in 2008

Top 10 Business Priorities

#

Top 10 Technology Priorities
Business process improvement

1

Business intelligence applications
Attracting and retaining new customers

2

Enterprise applications (ERP, CRM and others)
Creating new products and services

3

Servers and storage technologies
Expanding into new markets or geographies

4

Legacy modernization, upgrade or enhancement
Reducing enterprise costs

5

Technical infrastructure
Improving enterprise workforce effectiveness

6

Security technologies
Expanding current customer relationships

7

Networking, voice and data
Increasing the use of information and analytics

8

Collaboration technologies
Targeting customers and markets more effectively

9

Document management
Acquiring new companies and capabilities

10

SOA and service-oriented business applications

Source: Gartner EXP (January 2008)


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