It’s a simple fact of software life. Not all applications start life as mission-critical; but, much like our own process of human evolution, at some point in their lifecycle, they evolve to become more fundamental to the core operations and central workflows that an organisation needs in order to survive.
Initially, many software applications may be created on the basis of an initial deployment rationale for some lower-level functional procedure, perhaps for a specific line of business, or some other more comparatively lesser task.
But, in time, due to market shifts and a range of other factors, those initially quite basic apps start to become mission-critical. So we need to be able to evolve applications that started life differently if we are to ensure security and scalability.
Organisations with critical digital transformation goals and limited budgets may already have the tools they need to meet those goals Companies are taking a hard look at where technology investments are being allocated right now. Many IT leaders have been tasked with cutting costs and maximising ROI while budgets are tight and the macroeconomic environment... Read More
Service Request Automation (SRA) can save your IT department time and your organisation money.
Whether it’s request fulfilment, incident ticket resolution, virtual machine provisioning, user access requests or anything else raised in the service desk – it’s never been easier to improve efficiency by automating these repetitive IT tasks.
It’s not just efficiency either, IT staff can become infinitely more productive when such activities are resolved automatically. They can focus on the important, business-critical tasks like service improvement activities and end-user resolution.
We've all heard how coronavirus has forced businesses to flock to the cloud in recent weeks but a new study has finally revealed the extent to which enterprises have migrated workloads to the cloud in response to the pandemic.
LogicMonitor polled 500 global IT decision makers between May and June to gauge their acceleration to the cloud.
87 percent of respondents agreed that Covid-19 had caused organisations to accelerate their migration to the cloud as companies take advantage of the technology to quickly adjust to remote workforce scenarios.