Capterra Connect: The Latest IT Management News, Articles, and Insights

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There’s a lot of news out there, but not a lot of time to figure out what’s important and what isn’t. That’s why we’ve collected the top IT management stories you need to know about this week.

It’s time for SD-WAN, cyber-risk is about to get easier, and more IT management news.

It’s time for IT leaders to get in the game. What? You weren’t aware of the massive lack of SD-WAN in IT management organizations? According to research by TechTarget, the software-defined wide area network (SD-WAN) has only been put into development by 26% of surveyed companies. The takeaway here? Businesses that keep brushing off this technology switch are falling behind on giving their IT managers what they need to perform.

Get ready to make some money, ITSM gurus. New research from ITSM Solutions indicates that the cloud ITSM market could be worth more than $10.4 billion by 2024. Reportedly, managed services will have the highest CAGR (compound annual growth rate) out of all ITSM branches. Are you positioned to take your place in line to maximize this potential chunk of change?

Experts promise that cyber-risk management is going to get easier. CISO’s magic bullet? CAPAT—or Continuous Automated Penetration and Attack Testing—which is used to combine the latest security advisory and technology tactics to thwart cyberattacks faster. And as everyone who works in IT management and cybersecurity knows, faster is usually better.

Looking for IT Management software? Check out Capterra's list of the best IT Management software solutions.

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Tirena Dingeldein is a former Lead Emerging Technology and Business Trends Analyst for Capterra.

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