Infrastructure Management

Dell Analyzes the Top Infrastructure and Operations Trends in Asia-Pacific

Provided by Dell, Inc

Category Infrastructure Management

Type White Paper

Length 6

Publish Date May 21 2015

Date posted July 29 2016

Overview

The Asia-Pacific technology market, totaling $516 billion in 2014, is expected to grow at an average of 4.5 percent in 2015 and 2016. Posing unique challenges to CIOs, the Asia-Pacific market’s different business needs, end-user requirements and varying maturity levels demand innovative I&O strategies tailored to each country. This white paper gives an overview of the top trends in the I&O market and provides recommendations on how enterprises can position themselves for success.

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