The Silo-Less Data Center: Bridging Business, Technology, People and the Industry to Generate Real-World Success

Silo-Less Data Center

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With more data distribution and greater demand for IT consumerization, organizations are finding themselves requiring more hardware, resources, and data center bandwidth. All of these trends are fueling the push for more efficient data center utilization and, more specifically, data center agility. The new white paper from BCS FM Solutions will teach you about the silo-less data center model, how to get started, and how this architecture is already disrupting the market.

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The requirements of today’s modern IT environment indicate the need for higher levels of agility. Today, we’re specifically talking about the ability to shift and adapt to the market as well as business demands. For a data center, this means seamlessly being capable of scaling an environment based on both IT and clear business drivers.

With more data distribution and greater demand for IT consumerization, organizations are finding themselves requiring more hardware, resources, and data center bandwidth.

IT and business leaders are being tasked with evaluating current requirements and working towards a better data center operations model. This is where they run into some challenges. In working with numerous different components—questions around assets, resources, personnel, and even utilization all begin to creep up.

In this paper, we take an entirely new approach to delivering real-world data center success. An approach that eliminates siloes between data center and business operations; and bridges people, process, technology and the industry all together. A silo-less data center model.

The new white paper from BCS FM Solutions will cover the silo-less data center model in detail, how to get started, and how this architecture is already disrupting the market.