Inventory management is a term well-entrenched in the vocabulary of IT professionals.
As a service that offers organizations the opportunity to accurately track, manage, and report on all IT assets, its benefits are multifaceted.
2019 will see the public cloud market grow to over $221 billion, as more and more businesses wake up to the potential of cloud computing. One of the many compelling benefits leading this change is the promise of reduced costs and upfront spend. But, are companies really saving money?
Public cloud services and other IaaS products can transform the way your organization does business. However, with an increasing number of providers in the market, it can be difficult to weigh up the options and find the solution right for your company.
In 1984, the splitting of AT&T's local telephone system into seven independent Regional Bell Operating Companies (RBOCs) laid the first few seeds for the telecom expense management industry to emerge. As the telecom environment became more complex, billing overcharges began to surface.
Time called it the most important technological revolution in decades. Jerry Yang defined it as the next-generation super computer. And Gartner concluded it’ll be worth $411B by 2020. But while there’s clear enterprise consensus that cloud computing is necessary, knowledge regarding its cost control is far less well-established.
If you ask any enterprise organization, most would probably agree – cloud management is essential