2015 is a pivotal year for many IT leaders and executives as companies try to keep up with the rapid transformation and evolution of IT infrastructure—impacting fundamentally how these firms operate and innovate in order to satisfy customer demands and grow.

New IT models are created and find markets and proponents every day – Cloud, Hyper-converged, Software Defined, XaaService, Flash storage and on and on. We are asked by our clients daily to help them increase their “adaptability quotient” so they continue to thrive.

Merriam-Webster defines “disrupt” as: “to cause (something) to be unable to continue in the normal way; to interrupt the normal progress or activity of (something)”. When you consider the definition, facing “disruptive technologies” is a difficult way to make a living … being expected to quickly understand and assimilate those disruptive technologies seems like a nightmare job.