On the Path to Agility

Driven by a need for greater agility, a majority of organizations say they are embracing bimodal IT. This approach adjusts IT into two distinct modes: a traditional mode that emphasizes scalability and accuracy, and an agile mode that focuses on flexibility and speed. While enterprises plan to become more agile within three to five years, most are still dominated by the traditional mode. In order to make the transition to true bimodal IT, they’ll need to overcome significant barriers such as a lack of knowledgeable staff, security concerns, and siloed architecture