You’ve assessed your company’s business goals for 2020 and your network’s ability to support them. You found some gaps and have come up with the best ways to close them. You’ve built out your recommendations, made the business case, and secured the needed budget dollars.
Now that you have a prioritized list of network infrastructure management projects that you’re comfortable with. All of your initiatives have all been green-lighted. You and your team have kicked them off and are making solid progress –so, it’s all good.
But in the back of your mind, don’t you wonder how your priorities compare with those of your industry peers? Wouldn’t it be good to know if your projects generally align with industry trends — or if they look more like outliers?
SevOne is offering a way for you to have a look at what your industry peers are up to in this area. The data and insights you want are included in our new report entitled 2020 - The State of Network Infrastructure Management.
The report is based on the results of a survey of over 800 IT professionals in mid- to - large-sized enterprises. The latest installment in our annual look at trends and priorities in this area, this year’s report provides a clear look at which network infrastructure management projects these IT leaders are driving.
With this report, you’ll know at a glance how your network Infrastructure management priorities compare.
Spoiler alert: sixty percent of respondents said that their companies have new infrastructure initiatives already underway or on their near-term drawing boards. Participants’ responses reflect the fact that there’s a groundswell of network modernization happening, which is making 2020 a pivotal year in IT.
The survey data will also provide you with deeper insight on where your peers are heading with projects such as NPM tool consolidation and platform replacements, SD-WAN and other branch connectivity upgrades, next-gen Wi-Fi technologies and more.
It’s always a good idea to keep an eye on what everyone else is doing. Click here to get your copy of this report.