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With today’s explosive growth in data, many organizations are struggling to manage, move, and protect their burgeoning information assets while mitigating risk and complying with new regulations. There are typically very few assets and even less time to devote to developing new solutions and today’s IT departments are expected to do more with less resources. Yet, managing for today and planning for tomorrow must go hand-in-hand. Storcom understands the demands and pressure put on executives and IT professionals. Storcom can help fill the gaps in your company’s IT solutions.
Storcom specializes in understanding the latest technologies. We offer a wide variety of custom-tailored solutions, from cloud migration and helping you Evolve to the Cloud™, to data recovery after a natural disaster. Storcom’s offerings can help organizations fix critical IT problems, and also prevent issues from happening in the first place. Storcom strives to become an extension of your IT department. Storcom will partner with you to augment the strengths and capabilities of your company’s IT experts, help you manage today’s challenges, and guide you to efficient and intelligent choices for tomorrow. Our extensive knowledge of data management and all other aspects of today’s IT landscape allows us to provide much more than just solutions: Storcom provides IT intelligence. Storcom can guide your organization through the process and educate your staff on the technologies that will be truly beneficial to solving your business challenges. We help stretch budgets to meet our client’s needs.
Storcom is not your typical data solutions provider. Our white-glove, consultative approach is sharply focused on understanding our clients’ needs and goals, and our unparalleled access to leading technology partners will help our customers stay ahead of the industry curve.
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CIOs should consider Cool Vendors whose coolness factors — innovative, impactful and/or intriguing — align to the enterprise’s culture and information technology profile. Early adopters should consider offerings that are both innovative and impactful and thus potentially game-changing.
Gartner predicts 2020 barriers fall as technology adoption grows.
This 2020 Business IT Trends report was created based on responses from 726 individuals in IT decision-making positions in North America, Australia/New Zealand and the United Kingdom. Download it now and see exactly how they plan to approach IT this year.
Digital transformation efforts will struggle to achieve their full potential unless employees have the ability and ambition to engage fully in the organization’s digital journey. Application leaders should prioritize digital workplace initiatives, and deploy the tools needed to enable them.
Storcom’s Cloud Enablement Roadmap® will help you Evolve to the Cloud™ efficiently and cost-effectively. Storcom offers an array of products and services to fill gaps in your IT environment. We strive to offer white-glove service and work as your trusted advisor in the IT space. Visit https://www.storcom.net to learn more!
Strategic information technology trends have the potential both to create opportunity and to drive significant disruption. Enterprise architecture and technology innovation leaders must evaluate these top trends to determine how combinations of trends can power their innovation strategies. Here is Gartner’s list of the top 10 strategic technology trends for 2020.
Exploiting digital technology for new ways of working often results in technology islands that are remote from employees’ needs and cut off from business outcomes. Application leaders should build a flexible digital workplace program that can evolve to sustain digital transformation.
Recommendations for IT leaders responsible for digital workplace programs that include remote work initiatives:■ Establish a foundation of trust by empowering both employees and managers to be effective in remote work scenarios.■ Determine what work lends itself to a remote model by analyzing responsibilities, tasks and the roles that can fulfill them.■ Prepare employees for remote work demands by setting accurate expectations and enabling supportive interactions.
The companies and leaders that will thrive in this level of uncertainty predicted in 2020 will differentiate themselves by investing in customer and employee experiences that are data-driven, personalized, real-time, and secure. They will stand out in the era of digital sameness. It’s where technology-driven innovation takes center stage. And that’s where the opportunity for the CIO, and all IT leaders, emerges.
This IDC study presents the top 10 predictions and key drivers for the IT industry for the next five years.According to IDC Chief Analyst Frank Gens, “As more than half the global economy turns digital by 2023, a new species of enterprise will be required to compete and thrive. Our 2020 predictions show enterprises will get ready for the digitized economy by accelerating investments in key technologies and new operating models to become hyperspeed, hyperscaled, and hyperconnected.”
Digital business is deeply transforming society, and executive leaders carry a responsibility beyond their organizations to influence what our quickly emerging digital society will look like. To make this society a positive one, IT leaders should adopt proactive idealism — not reactive realism.
The COVID-19 coronavirus has left many organizations unsure whether their risk mitigation is sufficient. Gartner expert Jim Mello explains what good operational risk management looks like.Just 12% of more than 1,500 people polled in a Gartner business continuity webinar on March 6 believe their businesses are highly prepared for the impact of coronavirus, while 26% believe that the virus will have little or no impact on their business.Most respondents (56%) rate themselves somewhat prepared, …
Ready or not, many coronavirus contingency plans require remote work. Seize the opportunity to bolster your policies — and prepare for future workplace and employee needs.Are you reading this article in your work-from-home office space? Due to the spread of COVID-19 coronavirus, remote work is suddenly an overnight requirement for many. Few organizations feel prepared for large-scale remote work, but you can take steps to make the experience productive for both employees and your organization…
Recent events, such as the spread of coronavirus, demonstrate the importance of stress-testing business continuity management plans.The spread of a severe pneumonia now known to be COVID-19 through China and into other countries offers a timely reminder of the difficulty of planning for pandemic events and natural disasters. Businesses always need robust and current continuity plans that stipulate exactly how business operations will respond to and resume after a disruption — whether it is a …
CIOs should prepare IT systems now to safely and reliably handle a vast increase in remote workers and digital fulfillment of market demand.As the coronavirus continues to spread around the world, the economic symptoms are emerging. More than a dozen global firms have announced they will miss their financial goals for the upcoming quarter due to the combined impact of supply chain disruptions and dampened customer demand.“The value of digital channels, products and operations is immediately o…
The CIO role has become a transformational one. Forty-six percent of IT leaders say their work is primarily focused on transforming the business, according to our 2020 State of the CIO survey.To read this article in full, please click here(Insider Story)
Anyone who ever attended an RSA conference understands that cybersecurity vendors introduce hundreds of amazing, innovative products every year. But C-level execs aren’t looking for the flashiest new point products. Faced with a severe shortage of security professionals and up against rapidly evolving threats, CISOs are looking for strategic partners, advisory services, and vendors that offer broad platforms. They are also gravitating toward managed security services and cloud-based soluti…
This year will assuredly see tech leaders laser-focused once again on digital initiatives, but the processes they have in place for doing so won’t be a slam dunk for success. Worse, recent research suggests that mistakes born of digital transformation are a top cause of concern for businesses. To read this article in full, please click here(Insider Story)
A technology roadmap is a document or guide that outlines an organization’s technology initiatives, products, services and strategies. It details the technology your business is already using, what you will need to implement in the future, how to avoid risks and costly mistakes and how to upgrade outdated technologies.Your business’ strategy and goals are a key element of a technology roadmap — the document helps organizations visualize new strategies to ensure they align with current or f…
CIO Albert Ruocco decided to use the quieter weeks before the December holiday to test how an artificial intelligence tool could add capabilities within his company, West Monroe Partners. For Ruocco, the proof of concept does more than tease out the potential business value; it gives him time to watch the economic indicators, too.To read this article in full, please click here(Insider Story)
Synergy Research Group’s review of enterprise IT spending during the last 10 years shows that “annual spending on cloud infrastructure services has gone from virtually zero to almost $100 billion.” No surprise here. However, “enterprise spending on data center hardware and software has been stagnant through much of the decade.” Huh? Not declining?[ Also on InfoWorld: Tiny clouds taking on AWS, Microsoft Azure, and Google Cloud ]What’s most interesting about this analysis is that core…
By 2025, most workers will be millennials. These ‘digital natives’ will have a major impact on how collaboration takes place – and it won’t involve walking next door to an office to collaborate.
Today Cisco partner Commvault announcedits Commvault IntelliSnap® technology is now integrated with Cisco HyperFlex™ For those that are in a hurry skip to the bottom of the page. …
We all know life is unpredictable. Unplanned events such as natural disasters, severe weather, illness, and travel restrictions make it nearly impossible to continue “business as usual.” Is your organization prepared for a scenario in which traditional ways of working aren’t feasible for a considerable amount of time? Will you need to make tradeoffs between security and business continuity? If you’re considering or already […]The post Business Continuity through Unexpected Events: Is Your Or…
Gartner has recommended three short-term actions that chief information officers should take to prepare for business disruptions as a result of the coronavirus health crisis.“With such a dyanmic situation like COVID-19, it has the potential to be as disruptive, or more, to an organisation’s continuity of operations as a cyber intrusion or natural disaster,” said Gartner research director, Sandy Shen. “When traditional channels and operations are impacted by the outbreak, the value of digit…
In this report, the Leading Edge Forum clarifies the myths and realities and provides a solid steer through two main digital transformation missions – near-term IT modernization and long-term business transformation.Discover what they found here.Get THRIVE in your inbox.To read this article in full, please click here
Getty The official response to the COVID-19 expansion in the US is already resulting in companies being told to have their employees work from home. You can expect these work-at-home requirements to spread, regardless of whether they’re called social distancing or shelter-in-place. The official response to the COVID-19 expansion in the US is already resulting in companies being told to have their employees work from home For companies that haven’t had remote employees in any great …
As the COVID-19 coronavirus rattles industries, it’s more important than ever for IT leaders to ensure employees have the tools they require to work remotely and securely.“When traditional channels and operations are impacted by the outbreak, the value of digital channels, products and operations becomes immediately obvious," according to Gartner analyst Sandy Shen. "This is a wake-up call to organizations that focus on daily operational needs at the expense of investing in digital busines…
Storcom has a proven track record of helping our clients recover their data that has become compromised, lost, or infected by malware or ransomware. Our Recover by Storcom™ offering is one of the best in the industry and our Ransomware Prevention and Recovery Roadmap™ helps prevent malware in the future.
Prepare for the future by upgrading your current business environment. Over the last 20 years, Storcom has helped complete over 13,458 data transfers, 10,874 data validations, and 8,723 data restores state wide. Learn more about Storcom and how we have helped reduce cost and risk in business environments like yours.