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With siloed systems creating counterproductive bottlenecks, IT and business leaders are seeking more centralized approaches in collecting, accessing and analyzing data.
Enterprises are finding that that mission-critical business apps—such as sales transaction processing application—are breaking down in the cloud, requiring lengthy repairs that impair availability.
To help their organizations rise to “digital vanguard” status, CIOs must spend more time leading change and less time overseeing relatively routine tech functions.
Data center infrastructure management solutions bring the promise of immediate benefits without busting the IT budget—which is why most organizations today are acquiring these products.
Mimecast's State of Email Security report reveals that phishing and ransomware attacks remain an issue and many organizations view their CEOs as a weak link in cyber-security.
By executing data functions more swiftly, enterprises would increase overall organizational efficiencies while expanding analytics and machine learning efforts.
Sale teams would like to do a better job of delivering key, decision-making data to top executives—but the current state of their IT tools and CRM solutions is holding them back.
Already popular with consumers, voice-activated technology is elevating its presence within the enterprise—with top executives viewing it as a sales-driving tool.
With customer analytics spending projected to increase, organizations must devote at least some of the funding to resolve tech legacy and silo issues to maximize the value of related data.
With app performance slowdowns—and even outages—impacting users, customers and partners, organizations require better monitoring tools to learn how IT infrastructure is creating these problems.