75% of CIOs
Successful businesses ensure their infrastructure and end-user experience enhance one another seamlessly. But managing the infrastructure is resource-intensive. And bridging the gap between IT staff and end users is complex. Are you striking the right balance?
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Operating effectivelyand innovating go hand in hand.
While juggling innovation, operational excellence and the journey to the digital enterprise, 20% of CIOs feel like they’re being sidelined in the business.2
And the reason is clear: With emerging technologies, it’s becoming vital — but more and more taxing — to ensure the infrastructure is modern and secure.
End users expect more.
With the rise of a millennial workforce, employees expect instant resolution, decreased downtime and leading-edge technology.
Since the end user is top priority for IT, switching to more dynamic models that offer multiple support avenues and self-service is key to meeting these expectations.
60% of all IT infrastructure spending will be cloud-based by 2020.4
Leaving behind the cycle of legacy — and moving to cloud virtualization — is a prevalent issue for IT. With benefits like cost savings, elasticity and scalability, adopting modern technologies is an essential component of operational excellence.
1 White, S.K. (2015, Nov. 30). Digital Transformation will Shape 2016. CIO.com.
2 CIO Magazine. (2015, Jan. 5). 2015 State of the CIO. CIO.com.
3 Cisco. (2016, Feb. 1). Cisco Visual Networking Index: Global Mobile Data Traffic Forecast Update, 2015-2020. Cisco.com.
4 Gens, F. (2015, November). IDC FutureScape: Worldwide IT Industry 2016 Predictions — Leading Digital Transformation to Scale. Idc.com.