What is Tech Refresh?
Tech refresh definition
Instead of using systems until they can no longer function, many companies choose to upgrade or replace certain infrastructure on a regular schedule. This process is often referred to as "tech refresh."
Why tech refresh?
Maintaining legacy infrastructure can be costly. Outdated data centre technology leads to lagging performance and service delivery, inefficiencies in energy and space consumption, and bloated administrative overhead. Meanwhile, the costs of maintaining aging IT assets and risks of failure grow, adding to companies’ concerns and budget challenges.
HPE tech refresh products and services
Purchasing new IT infrastructure and upgrading it in three or four years can be financially daunting for most organisations. Typically, such purchases must be depreciated over a period of five to seven years. Upgrading sooner can lead to budget penalties and is usually discouraged by finance organisations.
HPE's technology refresh programme replaces ownership with predictable monthly or quarterly payments and provides for a shorter, routine refresh cycle every 24 to 48 months. You can keep your finance department happy, maintain control over your IT and better meet the demands of the rest of the enterprise.
IT investment solutions: One-size-fits-all funding models aren’t cut out for IT transformation. Rethink the way you acquire, pay for, and use IT.
Tech refresh programme: An IT investment strategy can help your business gain the flexibility, speed and control needed to accelerate innovation and growth.
IT advisory services: Design the transformation and build a roadmap tuned to your unique challenges