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The rapid advances in quantum computing have made it a topic of increased interest to enterprise customers with difficult problems to solve.
In this report, we explore game-changing trends for data center physical infrastructure. New technologies are making the adoption of these trends a reality over the next few years.
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Our experts help transform how you operate in the enterprise market. From ICT strategy to platform evolution and value chain management, stay in the know with invaluable research and advice. Gain insights into specific verticals with robust data on spending, contract procurement, and decision making.
The critical change for CIOs is how to lead business rather than how to do IT. CIOs are now centrally placed to facilitate rapid and effective business responses to disruptions and change in their enterprises.
This data analytics tool looks at banking industry software contracts by institution, system area, vendor, and region.
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New ways of working, changing employee expectations and attitudes, and new tools and services are driving demand and interest around the digital workplace. Digital workplace ecosystems are vast and embody different technological, connectivity, process, and cultural elements that businesses need help in navigating. Find unbiased analysis and reliable data on the markets for workplace mobility, business platforms and applications, plus UC&C technologies.
In 2022 Trends to Watch: Unified Communications and Collaboration (UC&C), we explore why COVID-19 has forced organizations to question how we work rather than where we work and what that will mean for the year ahead.
This market landscape report analyzes the market dynamics driving interest and adoption in managed mobility services. Additionally, the report profiles key providers offering managed mobility services.
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