Articles By: Steve Gruetter

Key Attributes of a CIO Part 5 – Lessons Learned at Central Ohio IT Leaders.org

Posted on 02.15.2019 in IT Leadership

With a great deal of help, I put together an IT leadership development program – Central Ohio IT Leaders.org – in 2017 for aspiring CIOs in Central Ohio.  The following message is my effort to share what I have learned from the tremendous CIO guest speakers that have presented as part of the program. Central […]

Key Attributes of a CIO Part 4 – Lessons Learned from Central IT Leaders.org

Posted on 02.08.2019 in IT Leadership

With a great deal of help, I put together an IT leadership development program – Central Ohio IT Leaders.org – in 2017 for aspiring CIOs in Central Ohio.  The following message is my effort to share what I have learned from the tremendous CIO guest speakers that have presented as part of the program. Central […]

Key Attributes of a CIO Part 3 – Lessons Learned from Central IT Leaders.org

Posted on 01.28.2019 in IT Leadership

Launched in 2017, Central Ohio IT Leaders.org is a peer group that meets monthly to network, discuss ideas, learn from experienced speakers, and establish collaborative relationships with the goal of nurturing the next generation of Columbus IT leadership. Several times throughout the year, the peer group will host CIO guest speakers to discuss various aspects […]

Key Attributes of a CIO Part 2 – Lessons Learned from Central Ohio IT Leaders.org

Posted on 01.21.2019 in IT Leadership

Launched in 2017, Central Ohio IT Leaders.org is a peer group that meets monthly to network, discuss ideas, learn from experienced speakers, and establish collaborative relationships with the goal of nurturing the next generation of Columbus IT leadership. Several times throughout the year, the peer group will host CIO guest speakers to discuss various aspects […]

Key Attributes of a CIO – Lessons Learned from Central Ohio IT Leaders.org

Posted on 01.16.2019 in IT Leadership

Launched in 2017, Central Ohio IT Leaders.org is a peer group that meets monthly to network, discuss ideas, learn from experienced speakers, and establish collaborative relationships with the goal of nurturing the next generation of Columbus IT leadership. Several times throughout the year, the peer group will host CIO guest speakers to discuss various aspects […]

Bimodal IT: Is it the Right or Wrong Approach?

Posted on 07.15.2016 in Cloud Computing

Bimodal IT Bimodal IT is a relatively new buzzword/term that was coined by Gartner, the technology research advisory company. But what does it actually mean and is it the correct approach to tackling your organization’s internal information technology needs. According to Gartner, “bimodal IT is the practice of managing two separate, coherent modes of IT […]

4 Ways to Ensure your Business is Always On

Posted on 04.21.2016 in Cloud Computing, Server Management, Infrastructure Availability

Is Your Business “Always On”? Is your business “always on”? Does it require 100% availability and persistent access to data? These requirements have become a standard expectation as users demand 24x7x365 access to their IT environment and applications. Businesses in the era of always on cannot afford to slow down or stop applications for backup, […]

Combat the Slow ROI of Green Data Centers

Posted on 03.09.2016 in Data Centers

Green Data Center According to a recent TechTarget whitepaper, “Color Me Green: Money and Power in the Data Center,” it can take at least three years for a midsize or larger green data center to realize a return on its efficiency investment. Despite this lengthy timeframe, a data center can make small, yet technologically innovative […]

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