Seven Benefits of Addressing IT Heterogeneity with a Common Language of IT

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Click through for seven benefits of using a common language to address IT heterogeneity, as identified by Mahesh Kumar, vice president of strategy at BDNA.

IT heterogeneity exists in today’s computing environments for three reasons:

  • Legacy technologies still support critical business processes.
  • The distributed computing era’s best-in-class technology approach led to enterprise IT integrating and managing multiple products and technologies.
  • Mergers and acquisitions increase IT heterogeneity through acquired technologies and products.

IT heterogeneity poses both a challenge and an opportunity, depending on how an IT team chooses to address it. In this slideshow, Mahesh Kumar, vice president of strategy at BDNA – the company behind Technopedia.com, the world’s largest IT reference catalog – shares the benefits IT professionals receive when they adopt a common language of IT to tackle the variability issue that exists within their IT departments.

 

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