Trends in Cloud IT is back, and we’re excited to share our second major installment of this year’s series. Our last survey revealed the meteoric rise of SaaS applications, and now, we’re analyzing the relationships between IT executives and their staff.
Trends in Cloud IT visualizes the explosive growth of SaaS applications through the lens of nearly 1,000 G Suite and Office 365 IT professionals. Our goal is simple: We want to understand how technology is changing the way we work, and more importantly, how this transformation affects IT.
What are the major benefits of cloud applications for IT and end users? Which cloud office system, Google Apps or Office 365, better suits the needs of their customers? What new skills are most important to learn when adopting new cloud applications? Read the latest report from 451 Research for answers to these answers and more.
Google and Microsoft, two of the world’s biggest companies, are battling to win in the workplace, but which company has the upper hand? Our latest Trends in Cloud IT research offers new insight and data about the budding saga.
Once they have ’em, they can’t get enough. Explosive demand for SaaS applications leaves IT scrambling to meet the demands of their end users.
Real-time messaging has changed the way employees communicate, mostly for the better. However, there’s surprising data we uncovered that shows another side, which isn’t quite as rosy.
The 2016 State of Cloud IT Report is the most in-depth research we’ve ever produced. More than 40,000 people have read the report in its entirety.
Are cloud partners really making an impact for the organizations that hire them? The short answer: Yes. Check out this infographic to find out more.
What’s required from IT professionals grows hazier with each passing year. The shift to cloud IT is redefining roles and responsibilities and ushering in a new era of IT professionals.
The Office 365 vs. Google Apps story is just beginning. The data we’ve collected will help provide insights into where the platforms–and their customers–stand today.