IT heads and business leaders are in disagreement about purchasing tech solutions.
IT decision-makers are unhappy with the tech buying decisions taken by their business counterparts
According to a survey from Spiceworks Ziff Davis (SWZD), only 4 in 10 IT decision-makers trust their business counterparts in making technology decisions. On the other hand, 58% of business makers think they are sufficient enough to purchase technology. Roberto Torres writes in CIO dive about the ongoing clash between the two parties.
Here is what he has written:
Executives across the organization have evolved to be much more in the driving seat of determining their onboarding technologies.
Due to the easy adoption of cloud applications, the number of people shopping for tech solutions has increased.
This has to lead to a trial and error method with tech solutions without realizing the effects of shadow IT.
Since remote work got the prominence during the pandemic, there has been a surge in cloud apps and app providers.
So to address the challenges, the CIO has to present a strategy that brings technology together.
What Zluri Thinks?
As the purchase of software becomes increasingly democratized, it’s time for organizations to adopt a SaaS governance model to manage their SaaS. The SaaS governance framework involves formulating best practices, assessing requirements, calculating risks, assigning owners, and having a framework in place for managing the software through its termination.
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