The challenges organizations face with maintaining their own IT infrastructure has encouraged them to seek alternatives to meet their data and computing needs.
With so many companies today offering services and products over cloud-based networks, a dependable IT infrastructure is more crucial than ever. When a network goes down, companies are often left to muddle through a range of costly consequences.
Software as a Service (SaaS) is a modern software distribution model in which a third-party provider hosts applications and makes them available to their clients over the internet.
Although contract negotiations have not changed much in recent years, it is becoming much easier for two businesses or organizations to make faster and smarter decisions.
Although the concept of IT governance may seem a little intimidating for the average person, it is a necessary component of any organizational plan to ensure that IT investments are actively supporting business objectives.
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.
Poor contract management is one of the leading areas of loss for many businesses, often equating to as much as 9% of their total income. Because it is such an important facet of any business, mitigating the problems that come with mismanaged or neglected contracts is important.
Contracts are unavoidable if you want to maintain a successful business. From purchasing needed products to selling your completed products or services, formal contracts that have been written out will generally be used for any agreements that you make.
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.