Vikram Ramesh, Sr. Product Marketing Director –
Today, Virtual Instruments announced the results of a research study we commissioned with Forrester Consulting to investigate the state of IT infrastructure performance management. The study was conducted to help our team better understand the challenges IT departments are facing, as well as strategies for overcoming inefficient or labor-intensive performance management processes.
The study findings clearly demonstrated five trends that are making infrastructure performance and effective, holistic performance management major pain points for many organizations:
The full white paper with detailed analysis of the performance management study findings, as well as the webinar recording, is available on our website.
Beyond these key findings, the study asked IT professionals about the impact of implementing unified performance management tools in a simple, easy-to-learn user interface. The responses indicated that should IT departments adopt this type of solution, not only would IT staff productivity and job satisfaction increase, but there would also be a bump in both customer satisfaction for the end user and application performance. Bottom line? Unified performance management tools benefit both your employees and your customers – making such solutions compelling for IT professionals.
Based on the research findings, we shared the following learnings in our webinar:
Want to hear more about the research findings? Watch the pre-recorded webinar for more information about the infrastructure performance management study.