Six months back, I logged my 100th blog post. I was not sure then how long it would take me to log the next 100. Here is a synopsis of the 13 subject areas that evolved from Blog #101 thru Blog #200.
1. CIO. The CIO emerged as the Chief Officer for Information, combating the consumerization of IT while fostering a vital relationship with the CFO to effectively answer the ROI question on Cloud Computing. CIOs must listen again to The King and ride the wave of change.
2. Innovation. Innovation at HP Labs played a key role—whether it is applied to outpace the market today or to innovate Planet Earth by 2020 based upon People & Planet and Petadata & Profit. This includes innovating the Hospital IT, one day at a time.
3. Cloud Computing: CIOs must answer the ROI question while applying proper governance. By the way, has the Cloud impacted your resume? Even the CIO of Planet Earth can be choosy when it comes to the Cloud.
6. Information Management: Data Governance is getting renewed visibility—driving enterprises to be at least as social as their customers. Big Data is a big deal resulting in a Data Tsunami to which sentiment analysis can be applied to drive application interfaces and even win Presidential elections! Given its pervasive presence, I decided to give Big Data a new voice.
7. Security: Security is vitalin the Public Sector—requiring us to penetrate the mind of the hacker through the inception of OODA techniques—in the workplace, or in the home office.
9. Applications Transformation: The city of Frankfurt showcases Applications Modernization as an art that can be applied to the right components even if it is a 1930 Pontiac Coupe. New Styles of IT drive newer transformation approaches as evidenced in self-parallel-parking cars.
10. Applications Development: Hereare the top 5 steps enterprises can take to track and effectively realize the benefits of Agile Development.
I started a blog of my own - Journey Through Enterprise IT Services - with posts that:
- Introduced new terms: Service Technology, Data Scientist, Return on Information and the Brontobyte
- Related holidays to IT: Thanksgiving, Christmas and the whole holiday season.
- Highlighted my key milestones: First Blogger Coffee Talk, First InfoOpt Chat, First WebJam
How long do you think it would take me to log the next 100 posts? What are the topics that you look forward to in these posts? Please let me know.