IDC's view of a digitally innovative enterprise is one where the enterprise is able to deliver software-based products and services to create enhanced value for customers or users no matter where they are. It is becoming increasingly complex to do this, as the majority of enterprises now use multiple clouds which require high interoperability between them.
Over the next two years, 38%, of enterprises - up from 9% today - expect high application interdependencies across multiple clouds. Core capabilities across a digitally distributed enterprise will need to include workload connectivity, operations and security considerations.
Join us for an exclusive, invite only Executive Roundtable (held online) to learn how to overcome the challenges related to digitally distributed enterprise workloads:
|Pain point||Roundtable takeaways|
|Connect workloads anywhere||Don’t connect cloud resources and forfeit the innovation that comes from doing so|
|Running workloads seamlessly||Benefits of a shared cross-cloud management control plane|
|Securing workloads||How digitally distributed enterprises are shifting their security investments
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