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Dive into this interactive webinar featuring insights from Richard Fichera of Forrester Research. Unlike traditional webinars, you are free to explore short videos, download technology guides and discover much more! You will learn what is beyond hyperconvergence and how to architect your next data centre infrastructure. Register now.
Today’s business dynamics drive the need for IT infrastructure change and organisations can’t afford to be complacent. Register to read IDG’s latest dossier from their recent worldwide survey and interviews on how IT professionals weigh the risks and benefits associated with infrastructure change and get the insights into the most-cited triggers for taking action.
Composable Infrastructure is the embodiment of HPE’s Idea Economy vision and is intended to help organisations transform their IT function into one that is cutting‐edge and business friendly. The goals are to infuse the IT architecture with the ability to enable business agility, flexibility, and speed. HPE Synergy, the first platform built from the ground
Early adopter or laggard? Cutting edge or legacy? Fast IT or slow IT? It’s never been a binary choice, but with the pace of IT evolution continuing to accelerate, it’s never been more important to plan for the future, while at the same time maintaining the maximum benefits from past investments. What characteristics might define
If you’re a small-to-midsized business (SMB), you know that you’re operating in a fast-paced, ever-changing business environment. Customers want their demands met instantly, and increasing competition multiplies the pressure you’re under. If you can’t deliver, you can be sure somebody else will. Fortunately, the technology landscape is changing the way you do business. Mobility, social
This infographic from HPE outlines the five steps to a hybrid IT environment
This infographic from HPE outlines the top best practices that will help your organisation to simplify and cut costs.
Most IT professionals today recognise that enterprise IT will be hybrid in the future. To provide the optimal foundation for each workload being deployed, the hybrid IT environment will include cloud-based infrastructures—from multiple providers—co-existing alongside infrastructure within the enterprise data centre or a hosted environment. Regardless of infrastructure model, the IT organisation will expect cloud-like
Oracle databases play a critical role in many businesses. They are necessary, but can also be costly and challenging to manage. 46% of Oracle customers devote half their database budgets to licensing and associated costs.* What if you could reduce the cost of running your Oracle databases and improve database performance at the same time?
A new category of infrastructure promises to drive efficiency for traditional workloads and operational velocity for next-generation applications. IT is undergoing a significant transformation as businesses look to streamline costs and roll out a new class of cloud-based applications driven by a changing digital economy. The IT infrastructure as we know it today is not