Friday, 22 September 2017

IT predictions for 2016 from World Communication Awards CTO of the Year

A Knowledge Network Article by Matthew Finnie, Interoute
Friday 22 January 16

The legacy of enterprises’ investing heavily in ‘going digital’ in 2015 can be seen in the sheer number of new applications and developing ICT estate in many IT departments. These conditions mean executives across departments have been battling it out, as organisations look to carefully manage their expansion into the cloud, whilst at the same time deal with their existing infrastructure that is not cloud ready.    So, how are businesses going to tackle their brave new digital future in 2016? It seems that many of them have learned from the past and are using these experiences to drive future development for the year ahead.   “Somewhere in the cloud” doesn’t cut it any longer, organisations need to be bold and continue to transform their ICT estate…

The legacy of enterprises’ investing heavily in ‘going digital’ in 2015 can be seen in the sheer number of new applications and developing ICT estate in many IT departments. These conditions mean executives across departments have been battling it out, as organisations look to carefully manage their expansion into the cloud, whilst at the same time deal with their existing infrastructure that is not cloud ready.    So, how are businesses going to tackle their brave new digital future in 2016? It seems that many of them have learned from the past and are using these experiences to drive future development for the year ahead.   “Somewhere in the cloud” doesn’t cut it any longer, organisations need to be bold and continue to transform their ICT estate…

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