How does your IT operation measure up?

Being an effective CIO or senior leader in IT Operations is much harder than it used to be. The complexity is mind-boggling.  No longer does the IT department worry about one or two core systems.  Now there are hundreds and hundreds of them.  Managing and monitoring a technology organization’s performance from a holistic viewpoint is one way IT can focus on leading instead of reacting.  

 

Are you interested in learning from your peers, sharing your IT operations experiences and getting expert advice from industry analysts and thought leaders? 

On June 6, HP Software is launching a new community, Discover Performance, developed for IT executives with content specifically designed for IT operations professionals. Members will get the following benefits:

  • Ability to share best practices and lessons learned
  • Exclusive access to expert advice and opinions from analysts, thought leaders and peers
  • Inflexion, a bi-monthly online publication
  • Invitations to exclusive webinars and local events. 

In fact, the inaugural edition of Inflexion has a special article from a former CIO talking about what makes a top performing IT organization.  Be the first to learn about best practices and gain knowledge that only someone who has walked in your shoes can provide.  Join the community and receive the first edition of Inflexion.

 

 

 Can't make it to HP DISCOVER? Go Backstage!

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