CIO and Cloud Assessments: New videos from HP Discover

 

In my last post, I told you about two new online assessments that were among the many demos I visited at HP Discover Software Pavilion in Las Vegas, June 6-10.  Thomas Farrell, Chief Architect, Professional Services, was nice enough to serve as host for the videos demonstrating both assessment tools.  

 

 

The CIO Assessment Tool allows you to compare yourself against your peers so that you can where you should focus first to become the best you can be.  Taking the assessment is easy and it’s free.  You simply answer a few questions against four key performance categories:

  • ·         IT value:  how you demonstrate the value IT creates for the business
  • ·         Customer satisfaction:  how well you meet or surpass service-level agreements
  • ·         Operational excellence:  your level of process excellence across the entire IT landscape
  • ·         Future orientation:  how well you have aligned technology investments to prepare for future demand

Watch the CIO assessment video and then go to hp.com to take the assessment for yourself.

 

 

The Cloud Online Assessment not only allows you to compare yourself against your peers, it also provides a customized report with specific recommendations on how to get to the next level of cloud maturity. 

Taking the assessment is easy and it’s free.  You simply answer 10 questions against three key performance categories:

  • IT value:  how you demonstrate the value IT creates for the business
  • Customer satisfaction:  how you meet or surpass service-level agreements
  • Operational excellence:  your level of process excellence across the entire IT landscape

And here’s the video explaining the cloud assessment on hp.com.

 

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