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Top Resolutions for IT Teams in 2016

  • Top Resolutions for IT Teams in 2016-

    24/7 Performance and Availability

    Since most companies rely on network applications, and an interruption in performance means a stop to business, the availability of IT infrastructure is incredibly important and was the second-leading concern for IT teams, as indicated by 19 percent of all respondents.

    To add to the complexity and pressures for IT teams, the workforce has become increasingly more diverse and demanding in terms of remote access and 24/7 availability. IT teams can expect to place a greater focus on monitoring and visibility of IT infrastructure as 50 percent of respondents saw it as the largest concern in this category.

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Top Resolutions for IT Teams in 2016

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    24/7 Performance and Availability

    Since most companies rely on network applications, and an interruption in performance means a stop to business, the availability of IT infrastructure is incredibly important and was the second-leading concern for IT teams, as indicated by 19 percent of all respondents.

    To add to the complexity and pressures for IT teams, the workforce has become increasingly more diverse and demanding in terms of remote access and 24/7 availability. IT teams can expect to place a greater focus on monitoring and visibility of IT infrastructure as 50 percent of respondents saw it as the largest concern in this category.

With the challenges of cyber threats and new technology adoption — or even just the sheer volume of day-to-day data created at work — the reality is that it is getting more and more difficult for IT teams to remain innovative. This ongoing battle to tame complexity and enable modern business will not halt in 2016, but will become even more challenging for IT teams because of the exponential growth of data that needs to be accessible and protected. As we welcome the New Year, IT teams should look to identify the issues that will prohibit them from innovating and keeping their organizations on the leading edge.

But what will be at the top of the list for IT resolutions in 2016?

A recent report by Ipswitch, which polled 2,685 IT professionals, uncovered the biggest issues that will hold IT teams back from performing their jobs to the best of their ability in 2016 and beyond. Based on the data found, IT teams should expect the following resolutions to be at the top of their lists in the New Year.