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Now is the time to make your network digital-ready, leverage significant cost optimization strategies in the near-term to enable your digital network transformation and provide the best possible return for the enterprise.
If there is one thing the past six weeks have taught us, it is how much we depend on network connectivity for work, school and even family gatherings.
Enterprises and governments around the world have no choice today but to require employees and contractors to work from home – and, where it is possible and makes sense, to shift work to employees in less-affected regions.
ISG sees the combination of T-Mobile and Sprint as a healthy change for the industry – creating a stable, relevant competitor to Verizon and AT&T in the 5G race.
With so many options for connectivity and still more technologies and solutions emerging, companies must exercise caution, remain flexible and consider what fits their specific use cases as they are developing their IoT strategy.
The idea of cheap online storage with no upload fees is enticing, especially when you are comparing it to maintaining underutilized hardware in your own data center.
While many enterprises are officially making “digital transformation” a top priority in 2018, the funding for these initiatives often remains an open question.
A smooth journey requires extensive preparation and planning and flawless execution, as well as ongoing communication.
5G wireless network rollouts are happening this year. AT&T, Sprint and Verizon have announced limited deployments across the U.S., including in California, Georgia, Texas and Washington, DC.
It will be important for each organization that uses SAP to embark on a careful strategy review – including discovery, scenario modeling, financial analysis and risk/reward decisioning – before determining its licensing path.