When it comes to IT, our starting perception can make all the difference in how we design and maintain the systems that deliver our technology, and ultimately value to the organization. While it’s impossible at this moment to know the intricacies of the IT approach at your organization, your responses indicate that you’re already thinking about it in advanced ways that can have a massive impact on the technology health and efficiency.
You’re focused on optimizing and creating efficiencies on the technology stack, the scalability of critical technologies, maintaining rigorous performance standards, maximizing the operational capacity of your servers, the financial viability of the technology you deliver, and the overall security of your system. That’s a big deal, and with the right guidance can set your IT infrastructure up for long-term success.
To ensure that IT health remains a priority within your organization you need buy-in from leadership, and to gain that buy-in you need to regularly communicate value and present data that’s understandable and actionable. If you want to take the next steps for the IT health of your organization, anchor success metrics to KPIs that directly impact value—can you reduce costs? How can you make your IT stack more efficient? Priorities like this will show up on the bottom line and help your IT infrastructure shine.
If you are interested in the metrics that the best companies use and the state of play in this sector today, take a look inside The End of Abundance in Tech.
If you are ready for a detailed look at the data at play within your specific system, here’s a resource you can use!
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