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According to Salesforce, “the 9-to-5 workday is dead,” as the company’s chief people officer Brent Hyder announced that Salesforce will offer employees three styles of work once Covid-19 restrictions are lifted; flex, fully remote, and office-based. Flex, which Salesforce expects the majority of employees to embrace, requires workers only to come to the office one to three days a week...

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Tags: application performance, SaaS, enterprise network, enterprise IT, network management, network performance monitoring, network monitoring, WFA, WFH, decentralized network, distributed network, enterprise cloud, salesforce cloud, work from anywhere, work from home, remote work, facebook, microsoft, salesforce

While Microsoft has succeeded in dominating the burgeoning enterprise cloud software market over the past year, AWS continued to reign supreme when it comes to total cloud investments during Q4 2020, with revenues growing 28 percent year-over-year to $12.74 billion. Despite this growth, AWS’s total share of the cloud market slipped slightly from Q4 2019 from 32.4 percent to 31...

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Tags: collaboration, Microsoft Teams, Microsoft, UCaaS, SaaS, network architecture, enterprise network, enterprise cloud, cloud migration, cloud computing, Google Cloud, Azure Cloud, AWS cloud, Azure, AWS, network transformation, cloud transformation, cloud adoption

When Salesforce recently scooped up Slack in a partnership deemed “the most strategic combination in the history of software” (according to Slack’s own CEO), other enterprise cloud providers wasted no time in securing their own blockbuster partnerships to merge cloud-based collaboration tools with larger enterprise software suites. The latest comes from SAP, who has expanded their existing partnership with Microsoft...

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Tags: scalability, scalable, agility, WFA, WFH, work from anywhere, work from home, enterprise network, enterprise IT, enterprise cloud, enterprise transformation, network transformation, cloud transformation, cloud, UCaaS, Salesforce, Slack, enterprise IT, Teams Monitoring, Azure Cloud, Azure, Microsoft Cloud, SAP Cloud, SAP, Microsoft Teams, Microsoft

With the pandemic forcing many businesses to adopt a work-from-anywhere posture, Microsoft has emerged as the enterprise go-to for scalable and agile cloud solutions, pushing the company’s Q2 quarterly revenue to a higher-than-expected $43.1 billion. This exceeds Microsoft’s quarterly revenue targets by almost $3 billion, as Microsoft’s stock was up 5 percent in after-market trading on January 26. “What we...

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Tags: cloud transformation, digital transformation, network transformation, work from home, work from anywhere, remote workforce, remote work, enterprise IT, network management, network performance monitoring, network monitoring, cloud migration, cloud adoption, enterprise cloud, cloud computing, cloud, microsoft revenue, microsoft earnings, microsoft teams, microsoft azure, microsoft cloud, microsoft

Enterprises by and large fell into two buckets when it came to how they’re network operations teams responded to the massive disruption posed by the pandemic. Some organizations resisted new wide-scale cloud adoption, fearing that a big network transformation would be more disruptive than helpful with all the areas of the business being impacted at once by global events. Others,...

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Tags: budget, hybrid cloud, multicloud, enterprise cloud, cloud migration, cloud computing, cloud adoption, cloud transformation, network transformation, digital transformation, enterprise networks, enterprise IT, IT budgets, visibility, network monitoring, network performance monitoring, network management

When Gartner first introduced the concept of “secure access service edge” (SASE, pronounced sassy) into the enterprise IT lexicon back in August 2019, they had estimated that “by 2024, at least 40 percent of enterprises will have explicit [SASE] strategies,” up from less than 1 percent in 2018. Flash forward to today, and not even Gartner could’ve predicted the smorgasbord...

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Tags: DIA, enterprise cloud, cloud computing, enterprise IT, network performance monitoring, network management, network monitoring, CASB, MPLS, VPN, firewall, security, edge computing, edge, secure access software edge, SD WAN, SaaS, SASE, enterprise IT

If you’ve felt your organization’s cloud migration accelerating at a faster pace than ever the past few months, you’re not alone. The latest Cloud 2025 report from LogicMonitor shows that in just the past two months, attitudes toward cloud adoption have become almost unanimously positive as enterprise IT teams continue to exceed expectations in transforming their networks for quarantine. The...

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Tags: network management solutions, network management, network performance monitoring, network monitoring, network transformation, cloud transformation, digital transformation, enterprise IT, enterprise WAN, enterprise cloud, cloud computing, cloud adoption, cloud migration

A survey of 1,283 software engineers, technical leads, and IT decision-makers from across the globe found that 45 percent planned to move the majority of their apps to the cloud in 2020. While 88 percent already rely on cloud infrastructure in some form or another, almost half planned to shift three quarters or more of their workflows into the cloud...

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Tags: network performance monitoring, network monitoring, network management, enterprise WAN, enterprise IT, cloud applications, SaaS, cloud apps, enterprise apps, containerization, containers, hybrid cloud, enterprise cloud, cloud adoption, cloud migration, cloud computing, cloud

The 2020 State of the Cloud report from Flexera finds that multicloud deployments remain the enterprise networking strategy du jour this year, even if (or, perhaps specifically because) COVID-19 has thrown previous transformation plans off course. The report found that 93 percent of companies have a strategy to use multiple providers – specifically Microsoft Azure, Amazon Web Services and Google...

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Tags: hybrid cloud, private cloud, public cloud, enterprise cloud, enterprise IT, enterprise WAN, cloud adoption, cloud migration, network performance monitoring, network monitoring, network management, cloud computing, multi cloud, multicloud, cloud

Diagnosing (and Avoiding) the Top 3 AWS EC2 Issues
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There are a staggering number of businesses building their core applications around Amazon Web Services’ cloud offerings, such as their Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2). In 2010, Amazon reported an EC2 growth rate of 35%. It has been used for everything from creating an on-demand supercomputing cluster for pharma research to reinforcing the backend for music-recognition app Shazam. EC2 is extremely...

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Tags: AWS, AWS EC2, cloud monitoring, public cloud providers, Amazon, Amazon Web Services, enterprise cloud, cloud performance, cloud performance monitoing, cloud apps, enterprise IT, network performance, network performance monitoring, network performance management

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