4 key considerations of a data centre strategy
As IT budgets shrink, IT challenges grow – rising capacity requirements, endless demands to ‘do more with less’, and the need to leverage new technologies in order to stay competitive. If your business is to leap over these hurdles and forge ahead, your data centre cannot stand still.
The data centre can and should be a strategic asset – not a business liability. To do so, it must
• bring your operating and expansion costs down,
• lower the risk to your business,
• and give you a single point of contact for all related data centre needs.
Traditional data centres, with their rigid design and lack of operational visibility, can no longer help you realise these outcomes. But how do you know what can? How do you know what makes a data centre that can drive your growth and competitive edge in today’s rapidly shifting business landscape?
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