Business Management

Be flexible. With the right foundation. Business-Centric Integrated Systems

Provided by Fujitsu

Category Business Management

Type White Paper

Length 20

Publish Date March 08 2018

Date posted March 08 2018


Today’s IT infrastructures must be ultra-agile to meet fast-changing business challenges and opportunities. Planning horizons are shorter, revenue streams are uncertain, and flexibility is required at every turn. For IT directors and managers, the pressures have never been greater - especially when it comes to server provision and management. While the business wants to drive forward relentlessly, your team is battling to keep the lights on with day-to-day operations. Then there’s growing complexity to tackle in your data center, challenges with power and cooling, and a limited amount of staff and resources. Challenges aren’t restricted to the data center. Business teams demand access to their applications, data, and other resources – via thin clients or regular desktops, notebooks, tablets or other devices, including those owned by employees. Rolling out new apps and continually refreshing desktop hardware can be a time-consuming and costly drain on performance and also on IT time and resources.

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