Advances in technology and automation are changing the face of the network model. With 42% annual growth in business mobile traffic from 2017 to 20221, 73% of teams1 spend more than half their time just maintaining the status quo of the network. The sheer scale of these demands exceeds the capacity of human operators to manage the network in a timely manner. This was already happening before COVID-19 related disruptions impacted our lives: never has the network been more important in providing a platform for organisations to be more agile and resilient in the face of the unexpected.
Cisco’s inaugural 2020 Global Networking Trends Report provides insights into the trends driving the need for a new networking model, and what that model means from a technology, operations, and talent perspective. 55% of Australian organisations rate AI their top priority area for future investment2 – how do you plan to align your IT investments, to get the greatest benefit?
This report details:
Find out how you compare to thousands of cross-industry IT leaders around the world.
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