Aug 27, 2008
Consolidation of IT infrastructure, applications, and data is the logical way to control costs, but how much consolidation is practical? Too much and the end result may be a lethargic monolithic IT with a lot of inertia and intertwined critical parts requiring meticulous synchronization. Given the speed of technology change, is this approach practical?
Guest 1: John Conley
Title: Deputy Chief Information Officer, Governor's Office of Information Technology, State of Colorado
Guest 2: Bruce J. Goodman
Title: Senior Vice President and Chief Information Officer, Humana
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