No question anymore that staying competitive means engaging your organization in a digital transformation involving the replacement/modernization of legacy systems and an expanded ability to exploit ever-increasing volumes of data.
Do you see business continuity and disaster recovery preparedness (BC/DR) as a cost center? Or do you regard it as a business driver?
Once you grasp that digital transformation is like the arrow of time — there’s no going back, only forward — the idea that your organization is on its way to relying on a multi-cloud ecosystem and that the bulk of your enterprise applications will sooner or later be cloud-native is, well, obvious.
Back when your organization first began using cloud services, did you realize this was the start of a gradual shift to a whole new business model — not just for your enterprise but for all enterprises everywhere?
Given the high demand these days for IT skillsets, unless yours is a very large enterprise, chances are you’ll struggle to attract the technology expertise you need.
If you’re boosting your IT staffing this year, you’re not alone: more than one in five small companies and nearly 40% of large companies are increasing IT staff in 2019.