The Smart Guide to Intelligent Automation

November 8, 2017

When network automation is not as advanced as other parts of the IT infrastructure, such as compute and storage, you end up with what Gartner calls “islands of automation.” These islands—functional silos—are complex to manage, increase your costs, and make everyday tasks longer to complete.

Creating a seamless link between your existing automation solutions and the network is a critical step toward competing with the digital disruptors. Doing so will save time and resources, reduce the risk of human error, and vastly increase your IT agility. Read our eBook to discover how you can operate as an efficient organization while providing a high-quality service across all channels.

Top tips for a successful automation strategy include:

  • Focus on the Strategy, Not the Tools
  • Go “Open” for Greater Velocity
  • Evolve the Culture
  • Start Today and Evolve Tomorrow
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