Posted by: Rachel Lebeaux
CIO, CIO weekly wrap-up
Will today be the day that iPhone 4G rumors meet reality? News outlets are salivating over the potential announcement of a fourth-generation iPhone at the Worldwide Developer Conference in San Francisco.
And, while we’re talking about the iPhone, I blogged last week about what Apple’s new tiered data plans might mean for cloud computing pricing in the future, but I didn’t touch on the app-maker angle: Apparently some of them are worried the new caps will mean less app-etite for new iPhone apps.
As always, here are the latest stories from SearchCIO.com:
JetBlue uses LoadRunner for website performance testing — JetBlue Airlines uses HP’s LoadRunner for website performance testing amid a spate of new cloud-based performance testing software services.
IT vendor management: Test your IQ on outsourcing, service providers — Effective IT vendor management programs can strengthen relationships with outsourcers and other service providers, boosting efficiencies and cutting costs. Is your strategy solid?
Why your business process change management model needs to change – Business process change management itself is changing, because of the rise of social media, the consumerization of IT and the pace of change. Learn what you need to do to keep up.
Cloud computing management guide for enterprise CIOs — CIOs are drafting cloud computing management strategies, as their organizations look to the cloud for scalability, affordability and greater computing ability. Learn more in this guide.