In the past few years, the cloud computing industry has become relatively saturated, as demand has hit enormous levels and more businesses work to grab a piece of the pie.
This is the first part of an ongoing series in which we break down some of the trends that are taking form in the Knowledge Management arena.
The cloud computing market was at one time dominated by several major international enterprises that had already captured a massive following before this new technology rose to prominence.
As many cloud computing and software developers have learned in the past several years, market saturation is becoming one of the biggest challenges for IT service providers.
Regardless of which industry and organization might operate and compete within, one of the most difficult aspects of spend management in today’s economy is the control of IT expenditures.
In the past decade, electronic medical records have likely been the most important technological advancement to hit the healthcare sector.
Higher education has been a hot topic of discussion in recent years, as concerns about an impending talent gap, a lack of qualified employees for skilled jobs and the ever-increasing cost of attending universities intensify.
ServiceNow and other service management solutions can give organizations the capabilities they need to stay as efficient as possible.
Aptris can help organizations develop the ServiceNow training and deployment plans they need to stay competitive.
The University of San Francisco’s use of ServiceNow is evidence to the fact that virtually anyone can use the cloud software to reduce complexities and resolve issues.