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RWS

May 5, 2022

To uncover the IT industry’s biggest challenges, ngena surveyed more than 375 IT leaders and team members in February who experienced change in their organizations. The report, How Workplace Change Brings IT Pains, found that changes in the workplace such as the mass movement toward remote work bring new challenges for IT professionals.

TMC net

May 3, 2022

ngena, the only global end-to-end orchestrated SD-WAN as a service company, today announced its new report outlining the stress and anxiety felt by IT teams during the last 18-24 months. The report suggests that while changes have been made to address future disruptions, IT teams are still stressed and lack confidence in the department's preparedness for the next major disruption.

sdx central

March 28, 2022

SaaS, IaaS and multi-cloud adoption are becoming requirements for many organizations. With the onset of digitization and the global pandemic, the need for distributed communication over the internet and the move to cloud apps introduce new considerations for building a more efficient network.

Appledore

February 26, 2022

CSPs and Enterprises both need a radical new approach to the challenges – and sizeable opportunities – in Security. Appledore forecasts that by 2026 17.9B USD is at stake in the form of managed services that CSPs can deliver to enterprise customers.

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