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IT as a service for speed and agility
- Best Practice Guide
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Learn how an ITaaS service model, built on software-defined infrastructure, can help your IT department become proactive, innovative, and efficient in providing support for key business functions and initiatives. With an IT catalog of standardised software services and hardware configurations designed to meet each business unit’s needs, your IT department will be able to ...
Learn how an ITaaS service model, built on software-defined infrastructure, can help your IT department become proactive, innovative, and efficient in providing support for key business functions and initiatives. With an IT catalog of standardised software services and hardware configurations designed to meet each business unit’s needs, your IT department will be able to quickly tackle incoming requests and devote more time to critical business needs and innovations. This guide will walk you through the basics of how to enable IT as a service.
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