Struggling with Digital Transformation? Here’s why Red Hat OpenStack Might be the Answer

Organizations are increasingly looking to open source clouds and platforms to close skills gaps and prepare for the coming wave of digital transformation disruptions.

Consider this report from MIT Sloan Management Review and Deloitte. The study showed nine in 10 global executives predict their industries will be disrupted by digital trends. Unfortunately, only 44% of those same executives felt their organization was adequately prepared for the coming disruptions.

Interestingly, the ill-prepared companies weren’t just lacking the right tools and technology to straddle digital change. They were missing the people, processes and cultural requirements for digital transformation, too.

This gives an explanation for the rise of open source cloud solutions, such as Red Hat OpenStack, across organizations of all sizes. Not only does open source grant businesses a toolkit to take on digital disruption and hybrid cloud management, it equips them with the right approaches, from people to processes, to succeed in a new, ever-changing era of digital disruption.

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How Ansible Helps IT Automate the Hybrid Cloud Enterprise

In this era of hybrid cloud, where IT is asked to do more — and to do it faster but with less — automation is perhaps the enterprise’s most powerful, promising ally.

Yet, while the benefits of automating IT are clear, from reducing complexity to accelerating operations and improving hybrid cloud management, it’s not always obvious how automation actually works, who should use it, and why.

In this blog post, we take a closer look at Ansible, Red Hat’s IT automation solution, to answer several questions IT leaders have about the popular open source technology and determine its potential fit in your enterprise.

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Planning Your Journey to Microsoft Teams Adoption | Webinar Summary

Advanced collaboration tools will be indispensable in the coming years. Work is more collaborative and remote than ever, and that trend is continuing. 72% of workers will be working remotely by 2020, and 80% of employee time is currently spent collaborating. [Read more…]