1Clouds, Networks Are Keys to IT’s Future, Pluribus Survey Finds
2It’s the Cloud, Stupid
When asked about the technologies that will most impact their companies over the next three years, IT professionals picked public and private clouds (software-as-a-service infrastructure), with both getting 43 percent. Those were followed by virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) at 41 percent and converged infrastructure at 30 percent.
3Of the Top Emerging Technologies …
4… Most Companies Are Giving Them a Try
5That Doesn’t Mean There’s a Lot of Confidence
Even though most of the IT pros said their companies are at least researching new technologies, only 14 percent of survey respondents “strongly agreed” that their departments are currently set up to meet the needs of the business. That’s an indication that there is uncertainty around what technologies will impact the future of IT, Pluribus officials said.
6The Network Is the Key
7Networking for the Long Term
8Adopting Network Virtualization
9A Network With a View
10The New World Is Going to Mean More Jobs
11At Least a Decade in the Making
According to the survey, more than 77 percent of IT workers have 10 or more years of experience.