As CIO, Johnson will lead the SolarWinds IT and business applications teams.
Ninety percent of organisations have migrated critical applications and IT infrastructure over the past year.
SolarWinds' IT is Everywhere surveys showcase how the realm of IT is expanding beyond the traditional borders of company-owned devices and on-premises technology, thereby placing greater demand on IT professionals to manage technology outside their traditional scope of control.
In the age of the hybrid cloud, network visibility is important as troubleshooting goes beyond your internal systems to those outside of your direct control.
Most Singaporeans agree that IT has a greater impact than their own bosses on their daily work lives, yet most IT professionals feel they are only moderately valued by their employers, according to research by SolarWinds.
The influx of low-cost or no-cost applications – easy to download and user-friendly – means rogue employees are failing to bring IT into the equation, despite the effect (and potential risks) these applications can pose on the network. SolarWinds’ Leon Adato has some tips for IT.
While applications are now the heart of businesses of all sizes and their performance is the lifeblood of success, IT departments in Singapore organisations continue to struggle to ensure app performance and availability, according to a SolarWinds survey.
Singapore's IT personnel are not receiving the right training to best advise their businesses regarding emerging technologies, IT management software provider SolarWinds said, citing the results of a study it conducted.
What does the IoT era actually mean for the IT department? How will this new environment impact the way organisations manage their technologies? Lawrence Garvin of SolarWinds has some thoughts on this.
The increasing BYOD (bring your own device) trend amongst small and medium enterprises (SMEs) in Singapore is causing a headache for IT administrators, with nearly half leaving the security and safety of mobile devices in the hands of the staff themselves.