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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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Digital Editorial Content: Top IT Trends for 2018

by InformationWeekMar 26, 2018

This InformationWeek Trend Report explores the hot trends for 2018 and how IT organizations like yours will be experimenting with them.

IN THIS REPORT:

  • Learn how to identify the major trends that will affect your IT environment in the coming year
  • Find out where IT organizations will be focusing their infrastructure investments in 2018
  • Look beyond doubts and fears of public cloud to develop a cloud strategy that works best for your needs
  • And more.

Research Report: The State of the Cloud 2021

by InformationWeekOct 29, 2021

The 2021 InformationWeek State of the Cloud Report reports that while most organizations have adopted hybrid or multi-cloud strategies, they are keeping the overall number of cloud vendors low. Our research shows that companies are shifting some spending away from private cloud into public cloud. However, this approach results in two big concerns: potential security issues and cost overruns. Download the report today to learn more about the key benefits and challenges to Cloud usage today.

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Research Report: The State of IT Operations and Cybersecurity Operations 2020

by InformationWeekApr 28, 2020

Conventional wisdom about today's data centers holds that IT operations and security operations centers (SOCs) are separate organizations staffed by separate teams using different technologies. But in practice, IT operations and cybersecurity operations are often tightly intertwined, involving overlapping functions and a wide range of common challenges. The good news from this year's survey is that business leaders are becoming much more cognizant of the cybersecurity threats they face. In response, many are assigning more responsibility to their security teams. However, CIOs will need to carefully shepherd their teams through these changes to ensure that everyone continues working as a unified group.

Download the 2020 State of IT Operations and Cybersecurity Operations report from InformationWeek, in partnership with Dark Reading, to learn more about how today's IT operations teams work with cybersecurity operations, what technologies they are using, and how they communicate and share responsibility--or create risk by failing to do so.

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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: The State of Cloud Computing

by InformationWeekJan 23, 2020

Responses to our recently conducted State of Cloud Computing Survey reveal incremental shifts in how organizations are planning their cloud spending for the next two years. However, a closer examination shows the drastic differences in the needs that are driving how companies expect to spend. Find out what the survey revealed by downloading your copy of the report today.

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Digital Editorial Content: The Next Generation of IT Support

by InformationWeekJun 08, 2018

This InformationWeek Trend Report explores the shift to a distributed workforce and how IT can enable and support the transition.

IN THIS REPORT:

• Explore how emerging technologies like artificial intelligence and machine learning are improving tools for collaboration, help desk support, and network and systems monitoring
• Learn about the benefits of a remote workforce and how to overcome the challenges of IT support
• Understand how the cloud is changing how end users consume IT resources and where they are located, making asset management more important than ever
• And more


Digital Editorial Content: The Cloud Gets Ready for the 20's

by InformationWeekDec 06, 2019

This IT Trend Report explores how cloud computing is being shaped for the next phase in its maturation. It will help enterprise IT decision makers and business leaders understand some of the key trends reflected emerging cloud concepts and technologies, and in enterprise cloud usage patterns. Key themes include managing multi-cloud and hybrid cloud environments and lessons learned from a four-year project to migrate a major bank from on-premise systems to a new cloud environment.

Here's what's inside:

  • Dealing with multi-cloud complexity
  • Lessons from a cloud migration
  • The cloud and the data fabric of the future
  • What an MSP consolidation means to enterprise IT


Research Report: State of the Cloud

by InformationWeekJul 10, 2019

Cloud has drastically changed how IT organizations consume and deploy services in the digital age. This research report will delve into public, private and hybrid cloud adoption trends, with a special focus on infrastructure as a service and its role in the enterprise. It will examine the challenges organizations are experiencing, and the technologies and strategies they are using to manage and mitigate those challenges.

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Research Report: State of DevOps 2021

by InformationWeekJul 29, 2021

The chaos of the pandemic and increasing cyberattacks meant that organizations put some DevOps adoption plans on hold temporarily. However, teams that had already embraced the approach saw efficiency and application improvements.

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