Contents> Files: Collaboration in the era of hybrid work / Investigation: the quality of software, the search for the Holy Grail / Interview: Jean-Séverin Lair, CIO of INSEE / Portrait: Florence Devambez, CIO of Albingia / Analysis: Increased Electricity: What Impact on IT Departments? …
The year 2022 opens with a reality: in two years the work has changed profoundly. It has become flexible and hybrid. Maybe not everywhere … However, all recent studies show that all employees and even more Generation Z aspire to this evolution of work that offers greater freedom in the hours or days of work and telework … Human resources must review their policies, companies rethink the organization, CIOs provide the tools for a reimagined Digital Workplace for hybrid work.
It is therefore not surprising to see IT for Business dedicate its first place Pencil case from the year 2022 to commercial collaboration while the latter has been experiencing a break with its usual practices for almost two years. In working environments that have become hybrid, what formulas should be adopted to facilitate exchanges between employees scattered everywhere, to make collaborative work more fluid and to consolidate a “Digital Workplace” that attracts more than it repels? As our file shows, the solutions have followed the evolution of practices and uses, also forging methods to erase the distance between employees and their company and to install a “virtual” proximity.
Collaborative work is a long-sought Holy Grail that finally seems to take shape with the evolution of tools, uses and mentalities. But our first survey of the year is tied to a completely different Grail: software quality. How to improve the quality of the software? How to adapt the tests to the time of the CI-CD chains? Can the “100% reliable” goal be achieved? IT for Business conducted the survey …
In our columns we often mention the value of data. And who better than INSEE to talk about it? This first issue of the year is an opportunity to give the floor Jean-Severin Lair, the CIO of INSEE, an institute that consumes a lot of IT and data by nature. And to let the data speak, he reveals his secret: to bring data as close as possible to companies.
Our first portrait of the year 2022 is that of a DSI… That of Albingia, a specialist in the insurance sector for companies. Florence Devambez shares with us his journey and these current workhorses.
Every new year a wind of renewal and dynamism blows. Startups are logically in the spotlight in this issue. The opportunity to discover what’s new in MiTrust (Protection of personal data), nanocode (crisis management), Nabu (management of logistic documents) e France Verif (analysis of the reliability of websites).
Finally, what would IT For Business be without your feedback? This issue 2268 presents the use cases of Mercedes-Benz Gorria (outsourcing of infrastructure), of the group Lhotellier (Sector ERP), from Beauval Zoo (hyperconvergence), Kiabi (identity management) eAgirc-Arco (modernization of the SI).
Welcome to the in-depth round-up of IT for Business # 2268 …
IN THE FOREGROUND
“In INSEE, a free and agile relationship between business lines and IT”
Interview with Jean-Severin LairCIO ofInsee
REPORT OF THE MONTH
Collaboration in the era of hybrid work
– Technological effervescence, but practices to be transformed
– The video conference it fits into conversations
– The visual management orchestrate the cooperation from a distance
– The digital workplacethe communication and collaboration center
– Of the virtual spaces for better collaborate
SURVEY OF THE MONTH
The quality of the software, the search for the Holy Grail
PORTRAIT OF THE MONTH
Florence Devambez, CIO of Albingia
“Working on IS architecture paves the way for an easier future”
USES / FEEDBACK
– Gorrias Mercedes-Benz outsources to make your IT more reliable
– The Lhotellier Group takes shape its operations with a specialized ERP
– The Beauval Zoo edited by is if hyperconvergence
– Kiabi dresses well the management of its identities
– Agirc-Arco wager on the DSN for his new one Services
– Increased electricity : expected repercussions in CIOs !
– Lessons learning from vulnerability Log4Shell …
Data scientist in search of meaning
How to prevent Shadow IT risks
AI in aid of regional economic sovereignty
– No helm effective digital spending without adapting the storage area IT department costs
– The number of companies that have reached the data maturity quadrupled since 2015
– MiTrust ensure sharing of personal data
– nanocode helps companies manage the unexpected
– Nabu automates the processing of import-export documents
– France Verif unearth them rip-offs of the web
Research and development
Overhead cables under close surveillance