Laying foundation for innovation through hybrid cloud
Many would agree that the cloud debate might be well and truly over with businesses gradually moving more of its IT workloads into a hybrid cloud environment. As more businesses embrace the approach and develop new business models to create value, this means that the need to spend more time and resources in driving innovation gets undeniably pertinent.
Innovating through digital transformational initiatives will put organisations ahead of the competition. Although ubiquitous access to resources and services provided through cloud can mean endless opportunities, it is important to remember avoiding the pitfall of putting a cart before the horse.
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Organisations will need to lay the technical groundwork or foundational infrastructure above all to ensure delivery capability. Success will not be possible if it relies on aged infrastructure or one that does not support an organisation’s digital transformation initiatives.
To enable an IT environment that works best for organisations, it is also important to optimise workloads while preparing for a hybrid cloud future with a common set of data services across a choice of resources.
For example, to increase staff productivity and mobility, enable an environment to connect, communicate efficiently with clients, it will be essential to ensure that your network is capable of delivering voice, video and data across to your staff who might be located in disperse sites.
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