If your IT provider is forward thinking and has the best skills in place then your IT infrastructure should be your pride and joy; the driving force behind your company’s objectives and profitability.
With the rapid evolution of technology and the challenges that many organisations face around resource and the rising cost of raw materials, many CIOs are finding it difficult to assign financial resources that are already stretched by the cost of simply keeping the lights on. Now they must also consider strategic IT planning to carry the business forward and getting the budget to do it.
To make sure that your business is ready to tackle 2016 head-on, be aware of which technological evolutions are taking place. Here are four IT management trends for 2016 that Gartner predicts will shape the IT space and direct IT strategy development
With System 5 and assured recovery reporting, you will be able to prove your system’s recoverability for compliance auditors. This means that you don’t have to wait for a disaster to happen to test your backup and recovery system. Instead, systems are regularly put through their paces to ensure the validity of backup and recovery of business-critical systems, applications and data.
The new Dell PowerEdge VRTX brings converged data center functionality and performance right into your office environment in a tower-sized box bursting with incredible features. By integrating blade servers, storage and networking in an impressively quiet-running enclosure, users can enjoy the functionality of a server-room setup without the space and infrastructure requirements
Just like there is no room on your desk for a fax machine, there is no room for IT problems
If you are in the market for a new server and you are looking for a solution that offers premium reliability, scalability and doesn’t require a large office or investment, then look no further than the Dell PowerEdge VRTX.
Assured recovery reporting provides hard evidence of system recoverability for compliance auditors. This means that you don’t have to wait for a disaster to happen to test your backup and recovery system. Instead, systems are regularly put through their paces to ensure backup and recovery of business-critical systems, applications and data.
With the growing popularity of Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) it’s essential that companies have safety measures in place to protect company data. BYOD offers loads of benefits and making sure that it is secure is paramount to maximising its efficiency.
The proliferation of devices such as tablets and smartphones has led to a number of companies allowing employees to bring their own devices (BYOD) to work, due to perceived productivity gains and cost savings. The idea was initially rejected due to security concerns but more and more companies are now looking to incorporate BYOD policies. Here are 3 reasons you simply cannot do without a solid BYOD strategy