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Organisations have the option to manage IT internally or outsource to a third-party provider. This paper discusses new research by Telsyte into how Australian organisations are using ICT outsourcing to support innovation. • In October 2013 Telsyte surveyed more than 450 Australian CIOs, CEOs and IT decision makers on their outsourcing strategies for 2014 • Outsourcing is a key feature of businesses that have a focus on innovation • Organisations that engage in outsourcing arrangements are more likely to spend greater than 25% of their IT budget on innovative projects
Market volatility, fast-changing customer behaviors, and the drive to remote work have all accelerated the race to digital — and there is no looking back. Organizations have digitized customer-facing and internal processes at an astonishing rate. In addition, hybrid work models require that organizations provide a superior user experience and ensure continuous availability of computing resources to keep workforce productivity high. All of these trends are stressing current IT processes, demanding a new approach to systems management. This white paper provides an overview of emerging business trends and how IT teams can support and sustain growth more flexibly and easily. The paper covers: > Market trends driving the growth of cloud and edge computing > Challenges IT teams face as they manage an ever-growing technology footprint > How adopting a scalable IT management platform solves these challenges > An introduction to the Vertiv™ Avocent® ADX Ecosystem > Learn how the right IT management platform will help you meet current business and technical challenges, plan for growth, and deliver more value to your organization. Download whitepaper »
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