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All the metrics and considerations that go into evaluating IT health and risk form a complex system of processes that are constantly underway. Automating these processes, however, can be relatively simple.
Data mining and simulation appear at first to be completely different disciplines, but if you study their overlap, you’ll see how crucial their cooperation is to IT maintenance.
While there are many industry-specific IT management tools, IT has little to gain by further compartmentalizing solutions. Given the intersectionality of global business, managed IT needs to work smoothly across industry lines.
Just as expertise in capacity planning starts to disappear, the field of IT itself is becoming too complex to be usable. Professionals need top-to-bottom tools that simplify the universe of IT.
The IT sector is brimming with possibility, and companies are onboarding specialists at incredible rates. Can anything slow down tech’s momentum?
Digital transformations are driven by people. As digital systems begin to automate every routine business task, employees will be able to free themselves creatively, with the proper training.
While the cloud has been publicly touted as a boon for vendors, revenue data is often opaque. Implementing mature capacity management is the only surefire way to guarantee efficiency, which may or may not come from the cloud.
IT departments need to get the most out of their systems through automation, but the variety of operating environments, tool vendors, and budgets involved is staggering. Is there hope for one-size-fits-all automation?