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WiBe Recommendation 4.1 (2007)

Recommendations on Economic Efficiency Assessments in the German Federal Administration,

in Particular with Regard to the Use of Information Technology (current Version 4.1 – 2007; edited by WiBe-TEAM PR 2011 & 2013):

WiBe41_TCBO-EN-Recommendations-on-Economic-Efficiency-Assessments

Benefits Realisation Management BRM – the other side of economic efficiency assessment and business case development …

Every project and investment needs justification, usually this is done by economic efficiency assessments (like the WiBe framework or a business case). Assessments identify future costs and future benefits as outcome of an ICT project. Future benefits don’t come easy (if at all), that’s where benefits realisation

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Assessing the Economic Efficiency of Cloud Computing Projects using the WiBe Framework (Russian Version)

Presentation held at Innovation Forum “Global IT trends: cloud, mobility and consumerization”, Astana, Kasakhstan, April 25th 2012 (Russian Version) → English Version

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Assessing the Economic Efficiency of Cloud Computing Projects using the WiBe Framework (English Version)

Presentation held at Innovation Forum “Global IT trends: cloud, mobility and consumerization”, Astana, Kasakhstan, April 25th 2012 (English Version) → Russian Version

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The New CIO Agenda – Intel Cloud Computing Insights 2011

Today, business survival depends on IT innovation. Enterprise cloud computing presents CIOs with tremendous opportunities to deliver that innovation—by thinking like CEOs in order to play a strategic role in driving new revenue and reducing costs. To help CIOs plan their cloud strategies, we’ve collected expert guidance

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NIST Cloud Computing Reference Architecture (2011) – Slides Summary

Recommendations of the National Institute of Standards and Technology, Special Publication 500-292 (Fang Liu, Jin Tong, Jian Mao, Robert Bohn, John Messina, Lee Badger and Dawn Leaf) The adoption of cloud computing into the US Government (USG) and its implementation depend upon a variety of technical and

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NIST Cloud Computing Reference Architecture (2011)

Recommendations of the National Institute of Standards and Technology, Special Publication 500-292 (Fang Liu, Jin Tong, Jian Mao, Robert Bohn, John Messina, Lee Badger and Dawn Leaf) The adoption of cloud computing into the US Government (USG) and its implementation depend upon a variety of technical and

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How to do Successful Chargeback for Cloud Services

Hristo Stefanov, Slinger Jansen, Ronald Batenburg, Eugene van Heusden, and Ravi Khadka (Utrecht University, Utrecht, and IBM, Amsterdam, The Netherlands) Abstract: With pay-per-use pricing models, elastic scaling of resources, and the usage of shared virtualized infrastructure, ‘the Cloud’ offers more efficient use of capital, great cost reductions,

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Cloud Computing and Cost Savings

Natalie Hatchette, Julie Hines, John Leahy, Daniel Rude  |  Booz Allen Hamilton (2011) Slides covering: Overview of Cloud Computing for Government Agencies, Business Cases for Cloud, Cost Analysis, Charge Back Methods. Read more …

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Cloud Computing: Preparing for the Future

Organizational leaders need to understand and prepare for the next major step in the evolution of technology and business collaboration – a change that eventually could have as much impact as the Internet. Read More … By Warren P. Chan, CCP, CISA, and Heidi H. Pili, CISA,

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The Economics of the Cloud for the EU Public Sector

Computing is undergoing a seismic shift from client/server to the cloud, a shift similar in importance and impact to the transition from mainframe to client/server. Speculation abounds on how this new era will evolve in the coming years, and IT leaders have a critical need for a

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