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Research Report: 2021 IT Salary Survey

by InformationWeekJun 28, 2021

Today IT professionals are coming off one of the most turbulent years in memory driven by the pandemic and the economic fallout of that crisis. How has all this impacted IT salaries? Did IT workers get a raise amid the chaos?

Here's what you need to know so that you can plan your next career steps and maximize your salary.

Webcast: Multi-Cloud Architecture and Management

by InformationWeekJun 10, 2021

Multi-cloud environments offer countless benefits around speed, reliability, and cost savings. But they can also create performance challenges—especially for IT teams who don’t account for performance bottlenecks. Rising complexity and fragmentation further complicate multi-cloud deployments. This virtual trade show will offer proactive strategies to help you address your cloud challenges and design a high-performance multi-cloud architecture.

Research Report: 2021 State of ITOps and SecOps Report

by InformationWeekMay 04, 2021

Ensuring that organizations continue to operate securely and efficiently has been at the forefront of IT leaders' minds. 2020 brought a fundamental shift in the way we connect, operate, do business, and lead our everyday lives. A vital part of this digital transformation centers on IT Operations and Security Operations. With distributed workforces and a new perspective on the digital economy, leaders in the IT space needed to take a step back and ensure that they had the best possible practices to support people, processes, and the business.

This new report from InformationWeek explores what we've learned over the past year, critical trends around ITOps and SecOps, and where leaders are focusing their time and efforts to support a growing digital economy.

Download the InformationWeek 2021 State of ITOps and SecOps Report: Key Trends, Buying Patterns, and a Look Ahead to read more.

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Webcast: Cybersecurity Risk Management

by InformationWeekApr 22, 2021

The shared responsibility model of cloud computing means companies are responsible for securing their cloud-based data, apps and infrastructure. But since not every workload demands the highest level of security, how do you balance risk tolerance and cost?

This virtual trade show will highlight the latest strategies, tools and research to help you develop the right cybersecurity risk strategy for your business.

Whitepaper: Planning Your Digital Transformation Roadmap

by InformationWeekMar 05, 2021

Companies have always been revamping product lines and sales strategies through business transformation, but a new approach that better leverages technology and automation has transformed, accelerated, and optimized through digital transformation. Implementing artificial intelligence for automating supply chains or cloud computing for streamlining data flows are of course important, but a true digital transformation strategy has to include a reassessment of elements such as corporate culture, workflows, and training. Download this report to learn about the latest technologies and best practices for ensuring a successful transition from outdated business transformation tactics.

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Research Report: 2021 Top Enterprise IT Trends - InformationWeek

by InformationWeekDec 22, 2020

We've identified the key trends that are poised to impact the IT landscape in 2021. Find out why they're important and how they will affect you.

Here's what's inside:

  • 2021 Outlook: IT Leaders Rely More on Intelligent Systems
  • The Inevitable Rise of Intelligence In the Edge Ecosystem
  • AIOps, DevSecOps, and Beyond: Exploring New Facets of DevOps
  • Augmented Analytics Evolves to Tackle Enterprise Insights, Democratize Data
  • Plus, other 2021 Trends from Dark Reading, Data Center Knowledge, ITPro Today, Network Computing

Digital Editorial Content: Why Chatbots Are So Popular Right Now

by InformationWeekNov 10, 2020

Enterprise organizations had already embraced the idea of chatbots before the pandemic. They are the top use case for artificial intelligence, and depending on implementation, an easy way for organizations to get started with AI. Enterprises have deployed chatbots in a range of use cases from IT help desk to human resources to sales to customer service.

In 2020, it's no surprise that organizations have increased their reliance on chatbots to help support operations as the COVID-19 pandemic shut down many physical facilities and changed the way the world works.

Read the report and you'll:

  • Learn more about the technological advances that are making chatbots useful
  • See where it makes sense to use or apply chatbots within your organization
  • Gain an understanding on how chatbots are a complement to human staffers, whether in customer service, help desk, human resources or sales
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Research Report: The State of Cloud Computing - Fall 2020

by InformationWeekOct 23, 2020

As businesses scrambled to adapt to the unprecedented level of disruption due to the COVID-19 pandemic, it became clear that the increased use of cloud resources was the key to maintaining business operations. Businesses must be more digital than ever just to survive. Although emergency cloud implementations are not sustainable over the long term, cloud services are an integral tool to helping businesses achieve their goals.

Download InformationWeek's State of Cloud Computing - Fall 2020 report to compare how cloud usage and spending patterns have changed, and how respondents think they'll evolve over the next two years.

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Research Report: Special Report: Edge Computing: An IT Platform for the New Enterprise

by InformationWeekOct 07, 2020

The concept of edge computing is not a new buzzword or trend. It is, in fact, one of the oldest emerging markets. Today, it's clear that the "edge" isn't just about technology but a core strategy that organizations need to adopt.

The edge is a function that enables a business to extract value from the intersection of physical and digital domains. The edge is about processing data where it makes sense and minimizing the burden on the enterprise network. To successfully deploy edge, businesses need to manage the various constraints at the edge including environmental and dimensional issues; latency, network bandwidth, access and management, security, and more. It's about expanding from traditional, centralized architectures to a distributed one and being able to drive business from anywhere.

In this special report by InformationWeek, and sponsored by Dell Technologies, you will learn about:

• The state of edge computing for the enterprise
• The benefits that edge offers to an organization concerned about efficiency and making better decisions faster
• Best practices in implementing an edge strategy
• How edge enables data-driven decisions and the IoT
• The role of cloud in an edge deployment
• How companies can secure and effectively update software in their edge environment
• How edge supports new workflows and better relationships with business units and their customers

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Digital Editorial Content: Enterprise Automation: Do More with Less

by InformationWeekAug 12, 2020

In this IT Trend Report, we highlight the benefits of automation and the various tools as enterprises navigate turbulent times, try to do more with less, keep their operations running, and stay on track with digital modernizations.

Read the report and you'll:

  • Learn how robotic process automation (RPA), artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) are being infused to automate business processes.
  • Understand how cloud is enabling autonomous systems
  • Gain insights on how best use RPA (and the mistakes to avoid)
  • Find out how to best manage the human-machine workforce