Opsview reveals 52% of firms still struggle with their IT infrastructure

Many companies have unfit IT strategies in place to adequately support their digital transformation projects
May 28, 2019

Opsview, the company that unifies cloud and infrastructure monitoring, has today released a new report revealing that many companies have unfit IT strategies in place to adequately support their digital transformation projects – even though many agree it’s a top priority. For instance, 25% of respondents said that they struggle to effectively monitor the health of their organisation’s IT systems; a further 21% said that legacy prevents growth and scalability, and 7% noted that legacy, people and process stopped them operating in a dynamic manner.

The research, commissioned by Opsview, was designed to gain insight into organisations’ approach to their IT infrastructure and the value they place on monitoring tools - during a period where investment into digital initiatives is extremely high.

Read full article in Financial IT Magazine

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