Cloud, Mobile, Social, and Analytics are increasingly mainstream among IT providers and users. Over the last 4 to 5 years, IT organizations have been changing dramatically from being focused on traditional data processing (e.g., sequential updates, availability, and maintenance) into organizations expected to solve business problems, embrace new technology rapidly, and ensure that the investment in IT capabilities yields a competitive advantage.

Businesses are not content to simply use today’s IT to build traditional systems faster and cheaper, nor are they content to let each technology exist in its own silo. CIOs now recognize that the true value of IT doesn’t lie solely in traditional approaches. Rather, IT is the fuel for a digital arms race as companies work to modernize existing offerings to include digital components, and to deliver new digital-first offerings to explore and enter new markets.

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