IT FOR BUSINESSES 2269; Contents of the February 2022 issue

Contents of IT for Business 2269 > File: Adapting the “data” information system to the professions / Study: transitional or time-sharing CIOs / Interview: Robert Eusebe, Ingérop / Portrait: Marie-Anne Clerc, Malakoff Humanis / Analysis: IT & President 2022…

The election is fast approaching. Already, women and men politicians have stormed the radio and television, and the newspapers spend a large part of their allotted time in conjuring opinion polls, programs and controversies.
They will have an impact on corporate life, especially since the redefining of the idea of ​​work and the impact of digital technology on automated processes (see our Analyzes of the Month pages) as well as on ecology have their place in most programs and debates.
Not to mention that this election also happens to fall in the middle of the French presidency of the Council of Europe, and that soon-to-be presidential candidate Emmanuel Macron has made cyber security and the European sovereignty of data and the cloud two strong themes of this presidency.
Even so, the campaign has so far been invited more than discreetly in professional IT associations. In this month’s analysis pages, IT for Business returns to the Convergences Numériques manifesto, the content of which is a little too polished to hope to have the slightest impact.

For many thinkers, collective intelligence is a political issue for the future of democracies. To Robert Eusebedirector of digital services at Ingérop, it is at least for the company and the development of its information system, as he explains in interview of the month.

In the absence of a policy, Marie-Anne Clerc could have had a career as a high-ranking official. She finally preferred the complexity of IT and cyber risk management. Malakoff Humanis’ IT department is in the spotlight in our section about Portrait of the month.

Who says election campaign, say statistical studies and various opinion polls. Data is at the heart of choice, even if we don’t talk about it much. Above all, it is now at the heart of companies, their transformation and their optimization. Increasingly experienced in the Data case, the professions are pushing CIOs to reinvent data management and change the architecture in place to move towards one of the strong trends of the moment “the data network”. Adapt the “data” information system to the lines of business is precisely the theme for our file of the month.

Faced with its convincing projects, some companies can turn to DSI in timeshare or transition DSI to achieve the imposed changes. It is subject to survey of the month which analyzes a relevant but still too little known offer.

In this issue you will of course also find testimonials from peers who give their feedback: Socotec and its low-code experience, Vaucluse Hospital Group and its patient identification solution, Department of Haute-Savoie who have created a digital workplace, Combigo and his MongoDB adventure on OVHcloud, Wendel which invests in e-Learning to support users in light of changes in IS, Legends and its automated business card entry system or even Covap, which has automated its logistics platform.

Startups are also in the spotlight. Come with us to discover Blastream (direct coverage), Algoan (Risk assessment), Bleexo (HR) and Adaptos (analysis of emotions and feelings).

Welcome to the detailed summary ofIT For Business 2269 !

SELECTED

“Development of IS based on collective intelligence”
Interview with Robert EusebeDirector of Digital Services at Ingerop

MONTHLY REPORT

Adapt the “Data” information system to the companies
– Transformation of needtransformation of treatments
– From Hadoop cluster to the emergence of the data hub
– New approaches to breaking the limits of the data lake
– That data meshthe target architecture of the decade

SURVEY OF THE MONTH

Temporary or timeshare CIOs: a relevant but little-known offer

PORTRAIT OF THE MONTH

Marie-Anne Clerc, CIO of Malakoff Humanis
“When the taste for the operational leads to IT”

USE AND FEEDBACK

Socotec monitoring streamlines its activity with make code
– A group Hospital scans his patient relationship
– The department for Haute-Savoie digitize it Cooperation
Combigo find cheaper travel
Wendel investing in e-learning
Legends streamlines the management of its contacts
Covap automates a logistics platform

ANALYZE

President 2022 : The digital world is slowly mobilizing
Woodman 2022 : quite encouraging predictions, but not for everyone
Cyber ​​security : publishers and the cloud are becoming prime targets

DESCRIPTION

APEC predicts a record year for senior positions

VALID

NFTs : what are the challenges for the CIO ?
– How buy SaaS ?

RADAR

Integrating ethics into IoT projects, urgent

OPINIONS

– And if you manage your cloud with the approach FinOps »
Get the most out of it solutions from hybrid cloud

START-UPS

Blastream democratize it direct coverage
Algoan assess the risks with APIs
Bleexo brings visibility to SIR
Adaptos to analyzethe feelingusers

R&D

Energy management of data centers

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Gartner’s forecasts for 2022 and beyond…

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