As organizations look to lower costs and enable uninterrupted global productivity, the focus has been on centralizing those systems and tasks that require highly specialized skills.
Gogia explains, “Multi-location enterprises have been affected by the considerable changes in IT trends over the past few years. Greyhound Research believes that centralization of data centers and cloud computing are the two trends that are driving needs for new designs in flexible enterprise WAN architecture.
By centralizing IT assets, organizations can save more due to better use of infrastructure, achieve up to 99.999% availability and simplify management, ultimately resulting in better operational efficiency.
“Organizations should ideally go for solutions that enable them to deliver end-to-end application security, performance and availability in the most operationally proficient manner by giving them the underlying architectural building blocks to create an infrastructure that supports virtualization.”
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