By Ted Streck
In an area of change, some things have not changed for a while. IT organizations are continuing to search for ways to reduce costs, foster innovation, increase agility, and operate more efficiently. There is constant pressure from the business for IT to find a way to meet these objectives, and in the midst of the hybrid cloud era, a lot of organizations are finding that their aging architectures may be hindering their ability to do so.
So where do many IT organizations turn first to achieve transformation and meet the demands of the business?
Well, the answer is their data centers.
Data centers serve as critical starting points for holistic transformation or modernization initiatives. Whether it is adopting cloud, converged, or virtual architectures or refreshing existing infrastructure, many organizations are now taking a look to their data center strategies to achieve this modernization.