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EMC Study Reveals the Evolving IT Landscape of Indian Enterprises

The study provides insights across four key areas of IT: Service Capability, Workloads Strategy, Service Delivery Management, and Business Management

EMC Center of Excellence in India recently released the ‘IT Transformation Index – 2015’ survey results with an objective to present ‘state of IT’ of Indian enterprises.

The IT Transformation Index – 2015 is EMC’s proprietary tool that emulates best-in-class practices around the globe to assess an IT organization’s transformation strategy to stay ahead of the curve. Measurement indices are derived from working with successful global IT organizations that drive EMC’s product innovation.

The study provides insights across four key areas of IT: Service Capability, Workloads Strategy, Service Delivery Management, and Business Management.
CIOs, IT directors, and key IT decision makers from more than 400 enterprises across 10 industry verticals including BFSI (12% of responses), Manufacturing (12%), IT/ITES (34%), Telecom (6%), Government (11%), among others were surveyed to gain an in-depth insight on this. The organizations participated in the survey had varying employee base, from under 1000 employees to 10,000 employees and more.

Key findings –

37 percent of the respondents reported extremely low levels of virtualization with respect to compute resources in their datacenters.

68 percent of the organizations use basic analytics and reporting tools while a minor section (14 per cent) do not use any form of analytics at all.

77 percent of the organizations said their infrastructure was capable of supporting their company’s mobility strategy.

Only three to five percent of the enterprises have opted for the public cloud for business processing and decision support workloads.

15 percent of the respondents said they had transitioned their collaboration related workloads to the public cloud.

Almost half (49 percent) of the respondents described IT support for business strategy as a collaborative function. Besides, 24 percent said IT support was mostly transaction based.
About 45 percent, a majority of the respondents said that they delivered services on a fixed cost basis.

“IT Transformation Index, launched at the EMC Forum in 2014, helps you redefine focus, prioritize and align with global best practices in reshaping the IT organization,” said Rajesh Janey, President, EMC – India & SAARC

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