In today’s application economy, we already see that every business is a software business, and this will likely be even more so in the future. What will this software-driven world look like in the future? How will things function?
58% of senior IT and business executives in a Harvard Business Review Analytic Services study expect significant changes to their business model over the next three years.
The phrase ‘digital transformation’ is being bandied about as the framework for a future of improved productivity and lower cost, and a recent CA Technologies study puts the business effects into perspective: Digital disrupters have seen up to two times more revenue and profit than mainstream companies.
CA Technologies has announced a new version of CA Network Flow Analysis that it said leverages Cisco’s next-generation technology to provide IT organisations with application-centric insights to better spot anomalies, improve service levels and reduce operational costs.
CA Technologies said that 30% of over 5,000 downloads of its freemium IT monitoring tool, Nimsoft Monitor Snap, came from Asia Pacific-based companies, a market reaction which demonstrates the hunger for more flexible, easy to use management solutions.
Free standalone version of CA Nimsoft Monitor released, support to be community-driven Aimed at driving reach and earlier adoption in product and valuation cycle for enterprise customers
The enterprise IT world today is more applications-centric, with new layers of complexity and new headaches for the IT department. CA Technologies hopes to simplify all this with its APM suite and related management products.