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Source: ITP - Posted by Benjamin D. Thomas   
Security How to fully utilise the resources at one’s disposal is one of the major dilemmas facing enterprises not only in the Middle East, but also around the globe. Increased efficiency results in costs savings and allows enterprises to focus attention to grander plans. Rashed AlOthman, senior vice president of IT services and control at Riyad Bank, has a simple mantra: The less complex a system an enterprise has, the fewer resources it is going to utilise.

AlOthman is the chief architect of bridging Riyad Bank’s IT with its business, and has headed an extensive IT asset management program for his organisation. The purpose of which was to provide a roadmap for enterprise innovation and blueprints for desired enterprises — for both business and IT.

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