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8 IT leaders look back at 2015

Dan Muse | Jan. 4, 2016
We asked eight CIOs what they will remember most about 2015. Continued transformation, hybrid clouds, shared-services models, acquisition and IT integration, employee retention and even unplugging top the list.

John Milazzo, CIO, Kodak Alaris

"For Kodak Aalris, 2015 continues to be a year of change. As a spin-off of the Eastman Kodak Company we are in the process of implementing an entirely new computing environment to support our new company. We are deploying new infrastructure, applications, hardware and software. Looking back at the year I am reminded that change and change management is bi-directional. As we introduce new tools to our end users it is important to manage that change. Just as equally as important, the IT organization needs to be cognizant of the changes to our business as it continues to grow to meet current and new market demands. Our set of products and services, no matter how new, may need to change to meet the dynamic needs of the business.

Change is constant and bi-directional."


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