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IT Infrastructure Performance is Business Performance: Trends Analysis

IT infrastructure performance is indeed becoming a business performance issue. While the network management market is experiencing pressure from the extraordinary growth in volume and types of traffic, the bigger issue is a shift in focus to the user experience as the key performance indicator.
IT infrastructure performance is indeed becoming a business performance issue. While the network management market is experiencing pressure from the extraordinary growth in volume and types of traffic, the bigger issue is a shift in focus to the user experience as the key performance indicator.

Based on the research conducted by IDC, service assurance for the user experience, the consumerization of IT, analytics, network topology expansion, and private and public cloud are key market drivers; and the relentless expansion and complexity of networks are requiring simplified network deployment and management tools in order to ensure satisfactory business delivery.

Join us for a webcast on August 14 with Cindy Borovick, Program Vice President for IDC’s Enterprise Communications and Datacenter Networks services, who will review IDC’s recently published, “Market Analysis Report for Network Management Software and Appliance,” focused on key trends that likely to continue to be market drivers in the coming years. She will share some essential guidance for buyers to consider as they address these market forces.

Matt Sherrod, VP of Product Management at CA Technologies, will join the webcast to discuss CA Technologies’ position in the market and plans to address the key trends as observed by IDC and the options available to IT organizations to address the realities of today’s challenges while ensuring their investments won’t become tomorrow’s technology sprawl.
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