With Info-Tech's Industry Roundtables & Benchmarking, you will never again wonder "what are my peers doing?", "how do I compare?", or "what should I be doing?".
The Industry Roundtable Events are sessions hosted each month for 8 to 15 industry peers to discuss the
most pressing topics impacting IT departments in their industry and share their experiences. Each
session is facilitated by an industry analyst and supported by our tailored research.
Click an experience track to learn more about the research, Roundtables, and action plan for each topic.
Understand the capabilities and focus areas required to meet your industry’s needs and enable value creation.
Identify resource, process, and environmental trends impacting your industry. Implement strategies to mitigate specific risks and take advantage of all relevant opportunities.
Reveal the true state of your IT services, processes, spend, and staffing levels to align your priorities and resources.
Benefit from peer data to get a reference point for how well you stack up.
Arm yourself with everything you need to provide the right solutions to meet the needs of your business stakeholders.
Short, tailored research notes aimed at providing you with timely insights, relevant to your industry. Hot off the press, these notes will be published regularly and pair great with your morning coffee.
May 18, 2021
As we continue into the age of quantum mechanics, organizations using encryption must begin to consider a future where these methods will no longer be sufficient as a means of protection. Satellites, which regularly use end-to-end encryption, could find themselves one of many susceptible targets.
August 31, 2018
Utilities with high-risk, production-critical operational technology (OT) are increasingly managing process control systems (PCS) on networks that are physically separated from the business network (BN). While this provides secure isolation from risks, physical segregation is introducing service management challenges. Ensure service parity across segregated networks with a data diode.
July 6, 2018
Retailers and international shippers are already using blockchain technology to track their supply chains. In using a decentralized network to verify digital transactions, shippers can be reasonably sure that the products they deliver to customers are what they say they are, and that they can trace issues (like spoilage) right back to their sources very quickly.