Video: CIOs take a new look at the strategic value of networks


    Have networks changed? Or is the way we think about them changing? There is a resurgence of focus on networks. They have evolved from a utility to a key enabler of business strategy and are a pivotal part of corporate infrastructure. They have the power to make or break the future of your company. They require effective governance and strategic oversight.

    Networks in 2014: A Conversation with IT Leaders

    Based on a real-time conversation among senior IT leaders from across Canada, this report looks at how perspectives on “the network” have changed. Often relegated to consideration as a tool or utility, networks are once again top of mind for CIOs — and not from a merely technical perspective. Attitudes have changed as demand for new technologies and ever-widening adoption have seen parallel increases in the need for network reliability, bandwidth, complexity, security and investment — all the while fostering more and more dependency.

    Download this synopsis of the discussion, Networks in 2014 and learn how your peers are thinking about networks and dealing with the challenges before them.

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