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Maximizing the value of your IT investments requires careful planning and a strategic approach that takes into account capital and operational costs and direct and indirect benefits. Here are six ways to optimize network costs.
While SIEM adoption is on the rise and technology has improved, a Gartner report released in August estimates that 20 percent to 30 percent of SIEM deployments fail. Most failed SIEM deployments are the result of inadequate planning and a lack of understanding about SIEM technology. When organizations feed all of their data into the SIEM system, they aren’t prepared when the system begins producing alerts. Because many alerts are false positives, they are eventually ignored. This can lead to a breach that could have been prevented, or a wasted investment because SIEM technology is unused.
Many organizations are utilizing cloud-based UC applications and services and taking advantage of the Unified Communications-as-a-Service (UCaaS) delivery model. Single-tenancy UCaaS integrates a customized software platform with in-house applications. Organizations can also utilize a multi-tenancy approach in which multiple companies share a single software platform. A hybrid approach enables organizations to host and control some UC tools and services onsite while moving others to the cloud.
Luckily, the concept of voice, video and data as distinct elements of business communications is rapidly fading thanks to IP communications systems. Once voice calls, email, instant messaging and all forms of conferencing are carried over a common IP network, it is possible to manage them from a single point.