To keep pace with business growth, many companies unintentionally create a hybrid IT infrastructure that adds complexity, costs, and risk. Eric Carter and Rob Zimmerman at DataBank examine the challenges and risks of an unintentional hybrid IT infrastructure and how to avoid them.
Software-defined infrastructure is an evolution of virtualization in which the entire IT resource is managed as a single pool. A new DCF special report courtesy of DataBank looks at the future of software-driven IT infrastructure.
Given that the IT infrastructure of today nearly always spans outside of a centralized model, the challenge is how to manage an incredibly fluid, frequently mixed, and deeply cloud-enabled landscape – from desktop to data center, to edge, to the cloud. Jim Dowson of Park View Managed Services, deliberates how some IT Asset Management (ITAM) tools are no longer fit for purpose in the digital age where agility, speed, access, and automation are pre-requisites for widescale transformational app rollouts.
As the modern IT environment continues to evolve in scope and complexity, organizations face critical challenges around IT asset discovery and management. Get the report that explores how an automated and comprehensive look at an organization’s IT assets saves time, reduces risks, maximizes resources, and more.