TEMPE, Ariz.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–In today’s business ecosystem, staying ahead of the technology curve is imperative to competing in the marketplace – but it’s an area where small and midmarket businesses (SMBs) are struggling, according to the inaugural Insight 2020 Technology Report: IT Trends for Midmarket and Small Business, a survey of more than 400 IT professionals at independent and emerging businesses based in North America conducted by Insight Enterprises, Inc. (NASDAQ: NSIT). Chief among these challenges is keeping up with an increasingly dispersed workforce without sacrificing outcomes or security, transforming IT as the business grows, effectively migrating to the cloud, and struggling with outsourcing overload as requirements grow.

Across industries and organization sizes, operations have gone digital – and employees are no exception. SMBs, like their larger counterparts, have been swift to embrace employee expectations of choice, connectivity and self-service. More than half (55%) of SMB IT professionals say the employee technology experience at their organization resembles a consumer-like model very or extremely well. Another 55% say their IT is very or extremely effective at enabling remote working.

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