What Keeps IT Pros Up At Night?

Compare your IT concerns to 5,000 other IT pros

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The editorial team at SearchStorage.com has analyzed the responses of 5,241 IT professionals in order to identify the design and deployment tools and techniques, hardware, and software that will undoubtedly have an impact on your data center in 2014 – and that determine the long-term viability and effectiveness of our data center infrastructure.

Download this exclusive guide as your roadmap for 2014, as our experts detail your peers’ plans to:

  1. Increase the use of automation in order to refocus IT attention on strategic projects
  2. Upgrade software for existing products, plus purchase new software such as cloud management tools
  3. Expanding computing capacity and increasing energy efficiency via hardware purchases
  4. Evaluating cloud- and/or other offsite computing resources to support the business

Learn from your peers

  • No matter what your focus, your peers have clearly indicated that success in 2014 is more than purchases and upgrades, but about taking advantage of innovative alternatives to traditional computing technologies and management tools.

    Compare your 2014 plans to those of your peers’ now.

Download the free IT Priorities Report now to learn your peer's concerns and priorities for 2014.