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ROBO and SME Converged Infrastructure

For small businesses and remote offices and branch offices (ROBOs), tight budgets is a known and smart spending is imperative.

They need the power of traditional data centers, but they also require a simpler approach to infrastructure deployment and management. Modernization is a major driving force for these smaller organizations, especially when it comes to adopting mobility and cloud computing, and updating older platforms...

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  • Top 5 Questions On Desktop Virtualization and Converged Solutions

    Converged infrastructure is a perfect enabling technology for desktop virtualization. Learn the facts about how the pairing can drastically reduce management complexity. Continue Reading

  • Fight Infrastructure Growth and Complexity With Converged Systems

    Sprawling servers, rapid expansion in storage infrastructure, mazes of cables—it all creates huge inefficiency. Read how converged infrastructure solves these problems and more. Continue Reading

  • Systems Management Getting too Complicated?

    For those in IT, systems management has gotten increasingly complex over the last several years. Learn how you can simplify the process and save time, money and resources. Continue Reading

  • Why Small Organizations Are Modernizing Infrastructure

    Small organizations are realizing they need to modernize their infrastructure—and they're boosting spending accordingly. See the biggest priorities, from mobile to virtualization. Continue Reading

  • New Options Drive Backup/Recovery Purchasing for Remote Offices

    Nearly 50% of enterprises are choosing to deploy disaster recovery and business continuity backup solutions this year. Find out why the other half are making a dangerous decision. Continue Reading

  • Preventing ROBO Mayhem

    Many ROBOs try to save money by outsourcing IT, but this creates its own problems. Find out why converged infrastructure is a better, more cost-effective solution. Continue Reading

  • Managing Opex by Cutting Power, Cooling and Physical Space Costs Through Convergence

    Remote office/branch office (ROBO) sites need just as much performance, security and availability from their infrastructures as headquarters-based data centers deliver. But those smaller entities are typically squeezed to keep down Opex while still delivering enterprise-class performance and service, despite having far fewer resources than IT teams in large data centers. Continue Reading

  • Windows Server 2016: Implications for Converged Solutions

    The release of any new Microsoft server operating system is always an important milestone for the entire computer industry. Windows Server 2016 is no exception. For many organizations, upgrading to Windows Server 2016 will be a trigger event that defines how they deploy infrastructure today and in the future, ranging from data centers to remote and branch offices (ROBOs) and to the cloud. Continue Reading

  • Converged Systems, Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity

    Converged infrastructures provide enterprises with an opportunity to be more flexible and cost effective in supporting the disaster recovery and business continuity needs of remote and branch offices (ROBOs). They also provide a unique way for small businesses to leverage highly virtualized infrastructures to similarly improve availability and mitigate the potential impact of natural disasters or man-made threats such as cyberattacks. Continue Reading

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