Just a few examples of these infrastructure demands include cloud providers, the use of multiple infrastructure delivery platforms or extensive mergers and acquisitions.
Throughout history, Infrastructure and Operations was centered around building and managing self-contained data centers. During this time, however, new challenges became apparent as I&O leaders began to feel the need to leverage modern cloud services and external data centers to keep up with customer demands or internal needs.
In 2018, business analyst firm Gartner estimated that the actual business value of artificial intelligence (AI) will reach $4 trillion by 2022. And, by their estimations, the primary source of business value for AI
Network agility is often defined as the speed at which networks can adapt to changes while still maintaining a high level of security, management simplicity and resiliency.
In the past, any time a business would request new applications or services, IT organizations would have to determine how they would be able to build the application to fit into their existing architecture.
For most organizations, IT is often organized horizontally at the top, but the skills and traditional support constructs like applications, architectures, storage, servers, networks and desktops may be organized vertically.
Modern talent management not only runs today’s technology but also spreads new concepts and technological advancements while relying on great leadership that can help promote change.
Often provided on a pay-as-you-go basis, the software is rented on behalf of a business or organization and designated users are given credentials that allow them to access the software through a web browser.
Most CEOs will agree that growth continues to be the top priority they have for their business. And, in most cases, that growth is typically going to spawn from digital roots in the modern era.
With the range of challenges that accompany running an infrastructure and operations organization, it is often hard to keep up with emerging trends that could potentially improve day-to-day operations.