Bringing IT together: the ManageEngine-Zoho relationship
|Christian Hargrave in Enterprise Tuesday, March 21, 2017|
Real-time IT management company ManageEngine grows closer with Zoho to provide better IT management.
Advances in cloud computing, mobility and other technologies are creating new opportunities and challenges for end-user organizations. However, IT teams are often hamstrung by multi-vendor IT management solutions that are functionally disconnected from each other and isolated from the rest of the organization. In turn, IT teams and business units grow further out of sync as IT teams take longer to act on new opportunities while business productivity and continuity suffer, leaving business units to watch opportunities slip away.
“The future of IT is the intersection of technology and business,” said Raj Sabhlok, president of ManageEngine. “Most IT decisions are being made at the line of business or are being influenced at the line of business. IT teams need a suite of integrated tools that can help them work at that level, and we are uniquely qualified to deliver that suite. Zoho is the operating system for business and lives at the line of business. Working even more closely with Zoho puts ManageEngine where we need to be - helping to develop, deploy, manage and secure these critical business applications.”
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