Now more than ever, IT organizations must be increasingly agile and better able to respond and adapt to change. Despite this, businesses are struggling to achieve agility because most have collections of complicated scripts and multiple scheduling tools while also dealing with an increasing IT Resources Gap. Managing it all is difficult and expensive; the results are higher costs, lower efficiency, and decreased IT agility. So how can you possibly increase IT agility when you've got more systems and applications than ever to manage, fewer IT people, and relatively static budgets? The answer is IT Automation.