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Security-related topics will continue to be a part of the Midsize Enterprise Summit, but learn about a new event that offers a laser-like focus on the subject for security leaders from midmarket companies.
Security, business intelligence and cloud, three of the biggest tech issues defining the midmarket today, were the subject of a recent educational webinar organized by the Midsize Enterprise Summit.
IT leaders of midmarket organizations face a wide range of issues but funding, time and staff are the top three challenges preventing them from executing their IT vision.
Those are tops among a wide range of findings from the industry’s most definitive study of IT leaders at midsize firms. The study is conducted twice a year at the Midsize Enterprise Summit as part of a collaborative effort with Gartner’s SMB team.
In our complex security landscape, many organizations acquire new security technologies to aid in protecting their businesses. While it is daunting enough finding the right technology to meet the many complex business needs involved, there is even more to consider when it comes to actually making any security technology a success.
Midmarket CIOs are reliant on outside partners to satisfy the IT demands of their organization. Most midsize companies lack the internal resources to deliver a wide range of services such as desktop support, application development and management, IT security solutions or cloud services. As a result, IT leaders need to carefully select partners who can deliver a wide range of IT services. But where to start? Well, CRN recently compiled a list of the nation’s top managed services providers which is a useful tool for today’s IT leaders.
451 Research's latest Voice of the Enterprise: Internet of Things (IoT) Organizational Dynamics survey of nearly 1,000 enterprise IT buyers worldwide reveals that 71 percent of enterprises are gathering data for IoT initiatives today. This is a three percentage point increase from the previous quarter's Voice of the Enterprise: IoT Workloads and Key Projects survey.
When it comes to suppliers of technology to midmarket companies, big isn’t necessarily better.
According to a wide-ranging study on the IT purchasing habits of midsize enterprises, small and emerging companies stand just as good a chance of winning the business as do large players such as HP Enterprise, Dell EMC, or Microsoft.
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