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10 « ex bonnes pratiques » à abandonner et... 10 bonnes résolutions pour 2014. Sixième partie : résumé, les dix NBP, Nouvelles Bonnes Pratiques

 

SummaryJe vous propose de regrouper dans ce billet les dix NBP, Nouvelles Bonnes Pratiques, pour en faire une courte synthèse.

Première partie de cette série de billets : les 10 « ex bonnes pratiques » à abandonner en 2014.

Deuxième partie : les NBP postes de travail.

Troisième partie : la NBP Cloud Privé.

Quatrième partie : les NBP usages.

Cinquième partie : les NBP Management des SI.

 

Les dix NBP, Nouvelles Bonnes Pratiques

Ce graphique illustre le message essentiel de ces NBP : 

Des navigateurs, passerelles entre des objets d’accès mobiles et variés, des infrastructures serveurs dans des clouds publics et des centaines d’applications SaaS, Software as a Service.

Navigateur centre du SI moderne

NBP 1 : A partir de 2014, toute application nouvelle déployée dans l’entreprise devra être accessible par un navigateur moderne.

NBP 2 : les clients internes de l’entreprise peuvent choisir le poste de travail qui leur convient. 

NBP 3 : les outils universels de collaboration et de communication sont des applications Cloud.

NBP 4 : Le Cloud Privé sera à jamais banni de ma stratégie informatique.

NBP 5 : L’entreprise sélectionne en priorité des composants applicatifs SaaS, « best of breed ».

NBP 6 : les clients internes de l’entreprise peuvent choisir leurs applications dans un catalogue très riche proposé par la DSI.

NBP 7 : L’entreprise construit un Système d’Information performant en agrégeant de nombreux composants.

NBP 8 : L’entreprise propose une place de marché interne de WebApps, sur le modèle des stores du Web (Apple Store, Google Play...).

NBP 9 : L’offre industrielle de solutions a priorité sur la demande.

NBP 10 : L’entreprise définit sa vision stratégique informatique à long terme et la met en œuvre par des plans d’action à court terme.

  

Mesurez votre niveau de maturité par rapport à ces dix NBP

Dans le premier de ces textes, je vous proposais un test rapide permettant de mesurer le niveau d’obsolescence de votre Système d’information.

Prepared-not-scaredJe vous en propose un autre, pour mesurer maintenant le niveau de préparation de votre Système d’Information pour affronter les défis de cette décennie.

Il vous suffit de mesurer, honnêtement, combien de ces dix nouvelles NBP sont une réalité dans votre organisation :

  • Zéro : pas d’affolement, vous n’êtes pas les seuls. Fixez-vous un objectif raisonnable pour la fin de l’année 2014 : avoir mis en pratique au moins deux NBP.
  • D’une à trois NBP : bravo, vous êtes sur la bonne voie ! Vous faites partie des entreprises innovantes et pouvez rester dans le peloton de tête en rajoutant deux nouvelles NBP tous les ans. 
  • De quatre à six NBP : vous obtenez une médaille olympique pour avoir pris rapidement le chemin de la performance !
  • Plus de sept NBP : contactez-moi et j’écrirai un billet spécial pour illustrer ce qu’il est possible de faire, aujourd’hui.

 

Cap 2021+

20 cloudEntre 1990 et 2010, l’immense majorité des organisations ont suivi les mêmes bonnes pratiques qui sont, maintenant, devenues des «ex bonnes pratiques». 20 ans de stabilité dans un monde aussi dynamique que celui des Systèmes d’Information, c’est un record qui sera difficile à battre !

Les NBP, nouvelles bonnes pratiques que je vous propose aujourd’hui auront très certainement une durée de vie plus courte !

Je vous donne rendez-vous en 2021, pour une nouvelle série de billets sur le thème :

10 « ex bonnes pratiques » des années 2010 - 2020 à abandonner et... 10 bonnes résolutions pour 2022. 

 

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Louis Naugès is Founder & President of Revevol, the first European Consulting organization 100% dedicated to SaaS and Cloud Computing. He has 30 years of IT experience. Very few people in Europe have his knowledge and expertise in Cloud & SaaS technologies and applications. He works directly with CIOs of very large organizations. Revevol is the first EMEA distributor of Google Apps and the largest worldwide organization deploying Google Apps is one of Revevol's clients.

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