The rapidly evolving technological landscape is putting pressure on decision-makers to embrace IT service management tools to improve operations.
The emergence of cloud, social and mobile technologies is forcing IT asset management companies to adapt and transform their products into more innovative solutions.
Managed services are changing how enterprises consume computing resources, as organizations are no longer required to maintain expensive equipment on-site.
The cloud has monumentally disrupted the IT service delivery landscape, allowing organizations to access critical applications from anywhere at any time.
As cloud computing continues to disrupt the business landscape, decision-makers are embracing more IT service delivery options than ever before.
Although the cloud is commonly touted as being purely beneficial to the enterprise, it can also introduce new IT asset management challenges.
The bring-your-own-device (BYOD) movement is having a significant impact on many of the well-established enterprise IT asset management processes that are still in use today.
The presence of cloud computing in enterprises has forever changed the IT service delivery process, as individuals are now able to receive and access resources from virtually anywhere at any time on any device.
The IT service delivery process is experiencing significant changes in today’s enterprise, as the proliferation of cloud computing and mobile devices continues to influence how employees carry out mission-critical tasks.