The Cadre Report
Leaders at IT Cadre are well versed in different areas and domains. The Cadre Report dives deeper into specific issues and how IT Cadre has successfully applied them.
IT Cadre - Crisis Drives Creativity
The COVID-19 pandemic has challenged all organizations. However, IT Cadre believes Crisis drives Creativity and we are excited to share how we have been able to respond to our new reality and become a better organization. IT Cadre helps customers design their best integrated operational model under any conditions.....
IT Cadre's Roadmap - A Shared Commitment to Transformational Change
Roadmaps should provide more than pretty visuals or feature releases; True roadmaps are blueprints for achieving strategic goals that leaders use to implement transformational change, and at IT Cadre, we help our clients do just that....
Cyberspace Convergence – Defining and integrating a new domain
When criminals stole 45 million credit cards by hacking a major retailer in 2005, the world was put on notice that cyber threats were here and real. Cyber security at that time focused on a series of traps and sensors on wired networks - mainly at perimeters..
Transformation Support – Momentum at the most critical time
Organizations that succeed drive the plan hard, confront the tough challenges early, achieve smart quick wins, and gain the early momentum that is critically important for the success of a transformation or program. There will be resistance to change.
An IT Cadre Effort to Mitigate Cybersecurity Risks
Shadow Information Technology (IT) systems can pose a significant security risk to an organization. They are not protected by the same control measures (e.g., software patches, vulnerability scans, firewall protections, data security controls) as other documented IT services in the environment. This begs the question: If you don’t know what systems and data you have, how do you protect them?
What is it about innovation that makes it so difficult? Ask people how they feel about innovation. Everyone loves it. The Apollo program, the internet, deep-fried Oreos. Who doesn’t love innovation? Then ask people how they feel about change. It’s likely you’ll hear a very different kind of response.