Hudson IT

Hudson IT provides solutions necessary for IT leaders to deliver business value. Hudson IT consulting services deliver expertise to implement critical initiatives, while staffing services provide specialized professionals on an as-needed basis, allowing companies to maintain IT service levels with reduced costs. Backed by global recruitment resources, Hudson draws upon multiple capabilities to design the best solution for each company's need. More information is available at or follow @HudsonIT on Twitter.

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Whitepaper: 5 Emerging Trends Affecting IT Staff in the Recovery

by Hudson ITAug 30, 2010

�As we move into an economic recovery phase, Hudson sought to understand how the people within our clients� IT organizations are most affected. Aside from the obvious effects of staff reductions, a handful of trends are emerging as described in this article. Here is an excerpt�

Trend 1: FOCUS ON BUSINESS NEEDS REQUIRES MORE TALENTED PEOPLE -- Sharper IT Alignment with Business Needs Drives Focus on Building Quality Staff

One of the effects of the downturn has been to align even more sharply the needs of the overall organization to the activities of the IT department. While this has been a goal for the better part of two decades, the downturn sharpened the emphasis on those projects that would deliver a clear business benefit.

�There is a much sharper focus on the business case,� says Peter Hourihan, CIO at Australian Pharmaceutical Industries (API), �a far greater concentration on how benefits will be delivered, on the measurement process to deliver them, and who is going to take responsibility, even before you get to an IT discussion.�

CIOs uniformly report a need for staff with skills in business analysis, enterprise and solutions architecture, and project management. They want employees who can ask the right questions of a project business sponsor to deliver projects fully and efficiently.

Whitepaper: 6 Reasons Why CIOs Should Embrace Cloud Computing Now

by Hudson ITJun 01, 2010

While many CIOs point to cost savings as the primary driving force of their Cloud initiatives, a growing number are seeing broader benefits that are focusing their team on delivering greater business value. Discover the tremendous benefits a mid-sized company can realize by moving some of their applications into the Cloud and about the factors that lead to success. In this informational white paper you will learn: * Real-world Cloud ROI calculations: benchmark your potential for cost savings * The business case for migrating to Cloud: to share outside the IT department * How to get started with a hybrid approach: so you can see immediate benefit * How the Cloud will impact your staff: key issues to address within your organization Don't fall behind when it comes to this next wave of change. If you are leading an IT organization that is not currently leveraging this opportunity, you should assume that your competitors are already ahead of you in reaping the rewards of the cloud.