What do people who live and breathe data say matters the most about the cloud, data regulations, databases, analytics and reporting, and data connectivity?
Late last year, we conducted our annual data connectivity survey, which asked more than 1,800 information management professionals across multiple fields how they felt about the state of the enterprise information landscape. We then worked with noted author David Loshin of Knowledge Integrity to make sense of the data we captured. We are proud to announce the results of the survey with the 2020 Progress DataDirect Data Connectivity Report.
I won’t lie, it’s a long report. If you’re here for the details, spend the time with the report. You’ll be fascinated by what you can learn. For example, do you know the most preferred big data platform for the IT services and consulting industry? The answer is in the report.
If you’re more of a too-long-didn’t-read (TL;DR) person, I’m here for you with the summary.
Perhaps my summary has only scratched the surface on the depth of this report. In fact, I know that to be true, especially if you appreciate graphs and charts. I highly encourage you to read the report for yourself, as well as check out some of the data connectivity solutions Progress DataDirect has to offer.
Download the data connectivity report
Joelle Andrews is a Senior Product Marketing Specialist at Progress with a focus on the DataDirect suite of solutions. She has 8+ years of experience in sales, product marketing, and marketing automation. Outside of work, Joelle loves getting lost in a book, rescuing cats, and traveling the world.
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