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Forward-thinking companies are constantly changing, innovating, and transforming. The mission is to achieve real business outcomes like driving customer satisfaction, boosting revenue, reducing costs, and managing risk.
At the heart of many of these digital transformations are IT services where cutting-edge consumption models enable new customer experiences, the best of which deliver flexibility and optimal business outcomes. Ultimately, flexible consumption can help operations move from being reactive to proactive—and ultimately predictive.
A Hybrid IT infrastructure plays a key role in digital transformation. It offers the speed and affordable cost of the cloud with the security and control of your own environment.
Digital transformation is within reach. It’s time to start the journey.
Implementing a service-oriented model is no small task. It requires a roadmap and a new mind-set to deal with more external partners and moving parts. There are seven major areas to think about as you move to an as-a-service model. Miss one and you could fall short of a true digital transformation.
Companies must modernize their storage infrastructure in order to manage the coming explosion of IoT data. This requires a new approach to storage, notably faster, more efficient all-flash storage. Data recoverability and business continuity are absolutely essential to your data architecture.
Composable infrastructure is an IT framework that enables resources to be quickly "composed" or reconfigured based on business needs. Unlike traditional IT infrastructure, CI pools resources for maximum efficiency and flexibility, much like a cloud computing model. Learn how composability can boost ROI by reducing capital expenditure and operating expenses.
Intelligent spaces are becoming vital as companies move away from a hierarchical organization structure and toward a team-based architecture. Learn how to ensure that every technology and facility design decision is laser-focused on a single objective: creating a workplace that adapts to how people want to work.
The “edge” of your network—people, devices, and spaces—must become a growing, significant piece of your Hybrid IT infrastructure. The sheer magnitude of data companies must deal with requires a radical shift in the way they design and operate their networks—and how they absorb and analyze the information those networks generate. Businesses that exploit the digital connections between systems, people, places, and things will lead.