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Top Ten Reasons to Automate Your IT Processes

Source: HP
Today's IT infrastructure is more complex than ever. There are more applications, more servers both physical and virtual, larger global networks, and more data; all of which needs to be managed. Businesses can't afford to solve this problem by continually adding to headcount. They have to find a way to manage it all more efficiently. This white paper explains the top ten reasons why businesses are adopting IT process automation.



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