Research Report: 2023 State of Enterprise Networking

Networking leaders have overcome many of the challenges they faced during the pandemic. But they remain cautious about the future as concerns about economic uncertainty grow.

InformationWeek Staff, Contributor

September 19, 2023

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This year’s State of Enterprise Networking Report examines how network management has changed over the last 12 months and where it might be headed in the future.

With COVID-19 on the wane, most networking pros and the teams they support are back in the office at least part of the time, and are becoming less concerned about the things that occupied their minds during the pandemic, such as cybersecurity, the global chip shortage, and the health and wellness of their staff.

Instead, they are growing more concerned about managing costs. A growing number of companies seem to be trimming IT budgets, and some respondents mentioned layoffs at their organizations.

Dig into InformationWeek's free 2023 Enterprise Networking Research Report to learn:

  • The Trend for Networking Budgets Over the Next 12 Months

  • Percentage of Time Spent on Maintenance Versus Innovation

  • Burnout Rate Among Networking Professionals

  • Top 10 Issues That Will Impact Network Operations

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