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Katie Tregurtha
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November 6, 2020

Tech News InteNS1ve - all the news that fits IT - November 2-6

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Staying up-to-date with the latest news and technology trends is hard. You’re busy modernizing your company, transforming your digital environments, and creating and executing strategies for helping your business compete in today’s hyper-connected world. How can you accomplish all this and keep up with all the technology news? It would take hours to slog through every tech and business publication to find the news that's most relevant to you. We did it so you don’t have to.

Technology Enabling Remote Work

Given the universal shift to remote work, companies are struggling to manage their various business applications to support remote workers. Terry Slattery outlines in a recent article for No Jitter how digital experience monitoring improves the work from home experience for remote employees, as it allows IT professionals to identify and troubleshoot issues with their coworkers’ home networks remotely. Check out Why You Should Use Digital Experience Monitoring for more details.

Similarly, companies are accelerating their investments in cloud infrastructure to support remote work. Synergy Research reported this week that revenue from cloud infrastructure projects grew 33% year over year for the 3rd quarter. Ron Miller of TechCrunch provides more detail in his article, Cloud Infrastructure Revenue Grows 33% This Quarter to Almost $33B.

Industry Focus: IT Infrastructure Transformation in Financial Services

Tokyo-based investment services company MUFG recently undertook the process of moving legacy infrastructure to a cloud-based approach. Alex Williams and B. Cameron Gain of The New Stack outline some of the lessons MUFG learned along their journey in their article, One Bank’s Path for Moving Deep Legacy Infrastructure into Cloud Native Operations.


Implementing automation within your IT infrastructure can be a complicated process. Cisco offers up some ways companies can approach the process in a recent article for Light Reading. Check out Automation: The Best Roads Are the Curvy Ones for more details.

Sustainability in Tech

Tech companies are increasingly focused on reducing waste in their supply chains. Cisco and Dell are no different, and their experience implementing principles from the circular economy provides lessons to others looking to do the same. Elsa Winzel of GreenBiz has more in her article, 6 Lessons from Dell and Cisco About Advancing Circular Products.

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