Original Research

Tech Talent: Meeting the Needs of an Evolving IT Profession

The pandemic changed everything. The IT talent landscape is more complex than ever before. Graduates of 2021 are a historical group, exiting college from a fully remote learning environment. Additionally, as workforces transition back to the office, the demands on IT staff continue to evolve. This report explores what IT professionals involved in hiring decisions look for in today’s talent pool, especially as infrastructure demands and priorities shift.


Annual INAP State of IT Infrastructure Management Report

In 2020 State of IT Infrastructure Management report, we explore the COVID-19 pandemic’s impact on IT infrastructure plans, IT professionals and the future of the industry. Download your free copy of the report to gain insight into what’s changed and what to do next.


INAP surveyed 500 IT professionals with data center, server and cloud infrastructure responsibilities at companies in the U.S. and Canada to create the second annual State of IT Infrastructure Management report. In this year’s report, we delve further into what’s driving the decline of on-premise data centers and highlight the factors associated with successful infrastructure strategies in the hybrid and multicloud era.


INAP conducted a survey of 500 IT professionals, asking them about a variety of subjects, ranging from their IT infrastructure environments and day-to-day responsibilities to resource allocation strategy and how they feel IT is perceived.


White Paper

Cloud computing spawned new technologies that have shifted how we consume, analyze and share information. Many organizations rely on virtualized public cloud because of its cost efficiency, elasticity and scalability. Even with the layer of abstraction and competition of resources, this environment is more than suitable for a variety of applications. Data-Intensive Workloads Many companies […] Read More
Data centers require power…and lots of it. As the world experiences unprecedent natural disasters, brown outs and black outs, government agencies and private research groups are supporting data center efficiency initiatives and are helping set the standard for green best practices. Sustainability Organizations are looking at green data center providers for a variety of reasons: […] Read More
The evolution of cloud computing, big data and widespread mobile device use has significantly changed the IT landscape. As companies continue migrating to the cloud, they often run into unexpected management issues regarding the integration of cloud services with in-house IT systems. Organizations are challenged to bridge the gap that exists between internal technologies, traditional […] Read More