Content for IT for Business 2270> Dossier: All roads lead to Hybrid Cloud / Survey: Sourcing / Interview: Frédéric Vincent, Renault / Portrait: Patrice Truglas, Prepar-Vie / Analysis: Europe accelerates with digital sovereignty…
Geopolitical conflicts at their peak, the resumption of Covid-19 pollution, presidential elections, but also the lifting of office restrictions and the return of staff to the premises. This beginning of the year 2022 is certainly full of uncertainty and tension.
In this context, digital technologies are emerging as a pillar on which to rely to meet the challenges ahead. And technologies are much discussed in this issue.
Renault brand CIO, Frederic Vincent, wants to turn the manufacturer into a “Tech Company”, while electric, hydrogen engines and autonomous AI are in the process of completely redefining the contours of this industry. IN interview of the monthhe discusses these technological revolutions, their impact (on the IT department and on the group) and on the partnership entered into with Google.
Technologies, there is still talk in our portrait in the month, the of Patrice TruglasDSI and HR from Prepar-Vie, whose careers show a real appeal to innovation and Tech.
Technology is also discussed in our folder of the month dedicated to hybrid skyto its challenges, but also to the possible strategies for implementing it seamlessly according to the needs and prioritization of your hybrid scenarios.
this month’s survey is set aside for purchase and the modernization of the digital procurement chain. Solutions to identify and select potential partners are becoming more numerous in the market, combined with performance monitoring and risk management services. But they have boundaries that are good to know.
Each issue of IT for Business is also a space for discussion and sharing with CIOs who talk about their problems and the solutions they have implemented. In this issue is Mercy Hospital Foundationthat Dijon University Hospitalthat Faculty of Science and Engineering at the University of Nantes and CCI France give us their feedback on open source messages, SDN associated with WiFi 6, on “next gen” backup solutions or even the creation of cross-platform applications under Flutter.
Each issue of IT for Business is also an opportunity to discover innovative start-ups. This month you meet Wizaly (optimization of marketing campaigns),Hubi.ai (metabot), afoffice (cooperation) andAleia (DevOps and AI).
Welcome to the detailed overview of IT for Business # 2270.
“Make Renault a ‘technology company'”
Interview with Frederic VincentDSTID Renault Group and DSI of the brand Renault
REPORT OF THE MONTH
All roads lead to Hybrid Cloud
– From costs always difficult to to evaluate
– Two implementation strategies most important
– A policy on security to refine
– A effort with variable geometry with respect to Data protection
– News skills and a novelty control
SURVEY OF THE MONTH
Sourcing, the weak link in the digital procurement chain
PORTRAIT OF THE MONTH
Patrice Truglas, DSI and HR in Prepar-Vie (BPCE)
“A lifelong passion for technology”
USE AND FEEDBACKE
– That Mercy Hospital Foundation solidifies its messages
– That Dijon University Hospital extends its SDN to its limits WiFi 6
– That The Faculty of Science and Technology de Nantes draws the attention of its researchers backup
– CCI France International gets a new channel network
– Europe is accelerating digital sovereignty
– Less of talent to be hired, freelancers to seduce
The position of cloud costs will pass one heading
– Google Analytics attracts them thunderstorm of CNIL
Innovative methods used by start-ups to recruit
Low code or no code: freedom under conditions
50% of cryptocurrencies are fraudulent!
Implementing and consolidating a bionic organization, this new challenge of digital competition
– Wizaly goes up the conversion paths
– Hubi.aiand multi-purpose metabot
– office facilitates team collaboration with virtual spaces
– Aleia brings AI into the DevOps era
Water cooling, still reserved for supercomputers
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