Editor’s Note: Have Your Say on the State of IT

Editor’s Note: Have Your Say on the State of IT





InformationWeek and Interop are developing a survey-based report on the State of IT in 2019.

Technology innovation and new IT concepts have always arrived in a steady stream. But today they seem to be hitting us in a torrent. Artificial intelligence breakthroughs, the emergence of 5G, new security technologies and threats, cloud, DevOps, analytics, blockchain, and more dominate the headlines: Just how much can your organization absorb, and how fast?

InformationWeek and its affliate, Interop, are taking the pulse of the IT community to help IT leaders understand not only the state of technology innovation, but how their peers are implementing new tech concepts, as well as the challenges that they are wrestling with. And, which technologies just aren’t a fit for your team?

We’re looking for your input, and invite you to participate in a confidential survey to uncover technology trends in today’s organizations. The survey results will appear in an upcoming in-depth report from InformationWeek and may be presented live at Interop, May 20-23, 2019.
 
As with all UBM and InformationWeek surveys, the data you provide will be reported in aggregate with that of other participants.

To thank you for your time, you will have an opportunity to enter a drawing where one randomly selected person will receive a pair of Powerbeats3 Wireless Earphones, valued at $199.95 from UBM.

Click here to take the survey: http://sgiz.mobi/s3/StateofIT.

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Jim Connolly is a versatile and experienced technology journalist who has reported on IT trends for more than two decades. As editorial director of InformationWeek and Network Computing, he oversees the day-to-day planning and editing on the site. Most recently he was editor … View Full Bio

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