Rising costs of infrastructure, cloud adoption, and emerging technology trends such as the Internet of Things (IoT), artificial intelligence (AI), edge computing, and high-performance computing now demand enterprises implement more flexible and scalable approaches to manage today and tomorrow’s workloads.
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In today’s world of innovation, business strategy is becoming the dominant IT skill. Cloud is the enabler for IT to shift from a traditional role, managing legacy environments, to a more strategic player within the enterprise, tied to revenue generation and product invention.
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As organizations evolve and expand the size of their businesses, the need for onsite computing that supports low maintenance and high-speed capabilities grows as well.
Edge computing is emerging as the latest solution for challenges businesses may face relating to scalability.
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Security and Resilience
It is essential to protect businesses against any disruption—denial of service, cyber attack, data theft, misconfiguration or infrastructure upgrades—along with the resilience to respond to interferences and support business continuity.
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