For many technology providers, Amazon represents one of the biggest competitive threats. This is most recently evident with HP’s decision to shut down its Helion Public Cloud, ceding to the likes of Amazon and Microsoft. Oracle, on the other hand, is still devoted to competing with Amazon’s cloud services, unveiling new cloud features. Fran details the companies’ strategies and gets analysts’ takes in this week’s Searchlight. Also in Searchlight: IBM acquires The Weather Co.’s digital assets; MasterCard wants to turn everything into a payment device.
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Change management strategies should think Agile, according to Ken Accardi, the former CIO of GE Medical Systems. In Senior News Writer Nicole Laskowski’s interview with Accardi, he explains why change management strategies should adapt concepts from Agile software development.
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Check out the TotalCIO blog to read why the Cloud Standards Customer Council advices you to pick PaaS in order to swiftly develop and deploy applications. Then, on the IT Compliance Advisor blog, site editor Fran Sales runs down the latest GRC news, including Goldman Sachs’ $50 million fine and the Wal-Mart bribery probe.