At the core of every successful digital workplace is an engaging and positive end-user experience (EUX). Despite IT professionals’ efforts to achieve this accomplishment, new technologies and cloud architectures are working against them, compounding the issues of an already convoluted digital ecosystem. So what’s really holding back network professionals? Typically five reasons: Overabundance of data to analyze and correlate across the board. Unruly and disparate management and monitoring tools. Increasing amount of mobile workers with devices operating outside of IT’s sphere of control. No single source of network truth that can be shared amongst teams. Lack of holistic, end-to-end view of
Until now, the Digital Transformation (DX) has been viewed as a buzzword rather than the biggest revolution of our time. But in 2018, industry experts and customers alike agree that will turn on its head. DX is now front and center of this year’s biggest events as a critical requirement for business success. In fact, IDC predicts that by “2020, 60% of all enterprises will have fully articulated an organization-wide DX platform strategy and will be in the process of implementing that strategy as the new IT core for competing in the digital economy.” With tremendous momentum and influence, DX is set to change IT investment priorities and implementation strategies for the following trends: 1.