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
Tape is still around and still can make sense for archival cold storage but media companies need their archives to be warm and object storage fits the bill. A recent example of a move to object storage comes from NBC’s Saturday Night Live.
May 18, 2021
There are unintended consequences to poorly designed artificial intelligence. As interactions with AI become more prevalent in peoples’ day-to-day lives, AI is beginning to influence society. There is a movement of people who believe the earth is flat and an AI that was poorly designed is the cause. Flat-Earthers are just the canary in the coal mine. IT needs to monitor AI to ensure there are less unintended consequences in the future and less people believing the earth is flat.