Digital transformation, migration to the enterprise cloud and increasing customer demands are creating a surge in IT complexity and the associated costs of managing it, according to a global survey of CIOs commissioned by software intelligence company Dynatrace.
A global survey of 800 chief information officers by digital performance management company Dynatrace has found that a little more than three-quarters fear that the complexity of IT setups in organisations would soon make the management of digital performance impossible.
In a recent survey of an audience of IT professionals from global 2000 organizations, nearly 70% expressed that their current configuration management approach is inadequate for meeting the needs of today's ever changing IT operations
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