IOC Changes IT Infrastructure Strategy to - Build Once, Use Many Times
This IDC Buyer Case Study examines how the International Olympic Committee, a non-profit non-governmental organization, is using cloud technology to deliver on the IT operational requirements of hosting the Olympic Games.
For the International Olympic Committee pursuing digital transformation involves turning its biannual physical events into a global and fully connected experience. This involves implementing cloud, analytics, mobility, and social technologies to improve both customer experience and behind the scenes' IT infrastructure.
IDC believes the move to centralize most IT infrastructure and cloud operations in a single location, instead of building a customized version for each locality where the games are held, is a powerful example for all CIOs contemplating an essential governance issue related to digital transformation; specifically, how to manage the balance between standardization and centralized control versus local flexibility.
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