IDG Research Services conducted a survey of CIO’s (sponsored by CA Technologies) with the goal of exploring the ability of companies across different verticals to meet end user expectation with regards to application performance. The results indicate t…
How much can a quality of service issue that entails an application or website not performing well cost your business? What is the true impact network performance has on customer perception and your company’s bottom line?
As the year winds down, many organizations take these last few weeks to review their Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity plan. Because, like any other strategy, the DR/ BC plan must stay current with organizational objectives or it runs …
In the spirit of Thanksgiving, we wanted to take a minute to talk about nonprofits, specifically those our blog readers are engaged with.
We know that many small and mid-sized business owners and management, despite being short on time and often overworked, find time to donate to nonprofits, both monetarily as well as in service. Many of you may serve on boards, or help out at fundraising events. If you are in IT, or in a field at least related to IT, you may find you are the one called on to help advise with a nonprofit’s network or computer issues.
According to a survey this past summer, 7 percent of large nonprofits described their organization as “struggling” to keep up with technology, and a little more than half of smaller organizations – those with budgets under $1 million – said they were doing a bare minimum or struggling to keep up with technological progress.
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