IT for Business – Le Magazine No. 2265, October 2021

Contents > Dossier: Entering the new world of storage / Survey: Finding the right organization to improve data / Interview: “We want to build an information system differently”, Stanislas Duthier, CIO of Groupe Rocher / Portrait: Mohamed Karouia, DSI Société du Grand Paris Express / Discover the overview of No. 2265 of IT for Business.

As we remind you Mohamed KarouiaCIO of the Société du Grand Paris Express, to whom picture of the monthwithout the human element, something is missing in business and technology “.
A phrase that resonates as a mantra for modern IT when companies try to find a place for people in automation or in the acceleration of production cycles. And that storage little by little becomes a world without people or at least without specialists, as evidenced by ours folder of the month which invites you to “step into the new world of storage”.

Nevertheless, contrary to appearances, people remain at the heart of IT and at the heart of this number 2265 of IT for Business. Whether it is to implement a so-called “data-driven” strategy (the subject of our survey of the month), or integrate a form of eco-responsibility into its processes to make its IS more sustainable.

This inevitably involves people and their consciousness. Stanislas Duthier, DSI of the Rocher Group, who is interviewed at length in this issue, explains his approach to the matter. With a will, you have to build an IS differently.

Of the human aspect, it is still a question whether it is with CISOs on the edge burn out or whether it is with the reunification of a cyber ecosystem i FIC 2021 caught between the euphoria of regaining a social life and the sad reality of cyber attacks.

You will of course also find it in this issue feedback of people at the heart of the digital transformation of their company with particular evidence of France television (IA), of Lactalis (private cloud), BNP Paribas (SD-WAN), from Lhave Macif (anti-fraud) or even Bordeaux Metropolis (application management).

And you’ll also find these people at the heart of innovation and driving this month’s startups: The toll bridge, Eshard, Meta API and EasyPicky.

Welcome in the detailed summary ofIT For Business no. 2265

SELECTED

“We want to build an information system differently”
Interview with Stanislas DuthierCIO i Rock group

MONTHLY REPORT

Enter the new world of storage

– That full flashlord of the place
Feedback: Portalliance trades one SAN for one SIN
Feedback: Yohann BrossardDPO for Grand Poitiers Urban Community
The security as a last bastion
Expert advice : Protect its backups
Figeac Aero take backup questions
Expert advice : worm and dual human control
Archiving and tapealways present
Expert advice : The band, key to costs and sustainability

SURVEY OF THE MONTH

Find the right organization to improve the data

PORTRAIT OF THE MONTH

Mohamed Karouia, DSI Grand Paris Express Company
“Without people, business and technology lack something”

USE / FEEDBACK

France television enriches its programs withAI
Lactalis replacing its 80 data centers with one private cloud
BNP Paribas is broadcast SD-WAN in its 1800 French agencies
Bordeaux Metropolis orchestrates its legacy of use
Macif expands its coverage anti-fraud

ANALYZE

the state sets his learning in music the cloud in the center »
– A FIC 2021 between euphoria and anxiety
Sales force will strengthen its presence in France by2022

DESCRIPTION

4-day week, a road to explore

VALID

The company is facing ransomware

RADAR

R&D: Where should the cursor be placed between R and D?

OPINIONS

– Agile hybridization : succeed in the cultural transformation of business and IT teams
– Win the new battle Edge Computing

START UP

The toll bridge codes imported goods
eShard protects connected objects
Meta API automates API integration
EasyPickyexamines the shelves

R&D

Virtual reality to “feel” vehicle design?

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