In today’s economy, the success of organizations is driven by their ability to innovate and to adapt to change. A future-ready organization has the IT infrastructure and organizational practices in place to both initiate change and adapt to outside disruptions. Unfortunately, most organizations are not “future-ready”, and risk falling further behind if they don’t take steps to begin their future-readiness journey. This IDC paper from Dell outlines what it means to be future-ready, how many organizations fare against these metrics, and how you can achieve this status.
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