Benchmark Your AI, Cloud and Applications

Today’s midmarket CIOs are always looking for data to benchmark their performance or help with decision-making. We address AI, 2019 investments and staffing shortages.

So, how do you stack up?

Accelerate the Business Connection with Cloud, Automation and AI

Jorge MaestreAn HPE storage expert discusses how cloud, automation and artificial intelligence accelerate your business.

Hybrid IT isn’t just hype. It’s reality.

Automation and AI drive faster, smarter and less-expensive operations, resulting in the need for powerful hybrid infrastructures that any midsize organization—large or small—can take advantage of to accelerate business.

Meet the Tech Exec: Jeromy Giacosa, Accriva Diagnostics

Jeromy Giacosa of Accriva Diagnostics discusses what he thinks should be the chief focus of IT directors, hiring challenges he’s faced and mistakes he’s made…and learned from.

ThousandEyes Sees Midmarket As Growth Opportunity For Net Management Solution

As today’s global IT ecosystem becomes more internet-centric, there is a growing need for companies like ThousandEyes that can monitor apps and networks in the cloud while serving as an operational connection between the enterprise and the cloud.

SAP’s Youthful CIO Looks Out With Millennial-Tinted Glasses

SAP’s Thomas Saueressig is one of the youngest CIOs of a major company anywhere in the world and brings a millennial viewpoint to his position. In a wide ranging interview with author and IT consultant Peter High, Saueressig discusses tech trends, his role and how IT is enabling business.  

Must-Read Tech Stories For Midmarket IT Leaders: Security, Digital Transformation And IT Spending

Here at Midsize Enterprise Strategies we compiled some interesting stories for our midmarket IT leaders. We are always on the lookout for great content so if you find something interesting please forward the link to rdemarzo@thechannelcompany.com.  Below are excerpts from the stories we curated for you and links to the full articles.

IT Leader Tackles Cloud, M&A Integration And Managing Expectations

mary wyderski,professional servive industriesIT leader Mary Wyderski of Professional Services Industries Inc. recently connected with Midsize Enterprise Strategies to discuss her views on the industry and challenges facing today's IT leaders.

IT Leaders Must Focus On The Race To Keep Pace

CIO, Tammy Barr leads the IT strategy for Continental Mills, a privately held food manufacturer in the Seattle area which produces several well-known products including Krusteaz Baking mixes, Ghirardelli Brownies, Wild Roots Trail mix, Alpine Cider and Kretschmer Wheat germ.  During the 22 years Barr has been with Continental Mills, she has been responsible for the successful implementation of many major systems, including the company’s first ERP application and several large scale manufacturing automation systems.  She has also participated in growing the company from a regional manufacturer servicing the Pacific Northwest to a national company with an international presence and multiple manufacturing sites across the U.S. We caught up with Barr, a member of the Midsize Enterprise Strategies Advisory Board, to discuss the changing role of the CIO and some of the most pressing issues she is facing in her role as CIO.

Capicua: When Customer Centric Goes To Next Level For Midsized Companies

Midsize Enterprise Strategies recently caught up with Ismael Larrosa, co-founder of Capicua Design and Development, a software outsourcing and offshoring company based in Uruguay.  The company’s approach is to optimize “the interactions between users and technology” with laser-focused IT solutions.

Disaster Recovery Strategies For Midmarket Companies

Disaster recovery is on many "to do" lists for midsize businesses, but due to lack of time, resources and money, the job either never seems to get done. Even worse, it can sometimes be done without the necessary attention to detail — and that ironically can scare businesses away from fixing problems and beefing up IT recovery efforts, said Mike Dupuy, product marketing at Axcient, a data recovery vendor.