August 22, 2014
Enterprises are increasingly adopting DCIM solutions, so it's important to have a handle on what kind of tools are available to your team. Consider how you can combine what you already have with new equipment to optimize your environment.
Some enterprises have already adopted flash storage successfully, but there are a lot of different scenarios in which flash-based storage can be deployed. First determine where you need to speed things up and then make a decision.
A newer technology called containerization could make your applications so flexible they can run in almost any environment you can imagine without necessarily needing help from outside infrastructure.
A noticeable shift is taking place in the enterprise mobile market, which means there is no time like the present to refresh yourself, your IT leaders, and your workforce on the developing mobile device strategies making an impact.
You can invest in the latest feature-laden security software solutions and roll out every layer of protection possible, but these defenses may not protect your company from a negligent or uninformed user who makes a wrong decision.
Many enterprises still discover their hardware/software assets manually before logging them in a spreadsheet, missing out on cost savings, optimization, compliance, and auditing opportunities.
Despite the positives of implementing a unified communications solution, some enterprises find doing so negatively impacts their finances in ways they didn’t anticipate. But there are ways to save costs when implementing UC.
So you’ve decided to look into data center colocation. The first step in selecting a provider is to determine what your true costs are so you can make an apples-to-apples comparison of services. Here are other things you need to consider.