The only constant in today’s businesses is change. And that change is accelerating. Some companies were born into the digital age but for large enterprises, digital transformation is a gradual adjustment of IT tools and culture. Building this so-called “digital enterprise” requires consolidation, provisioning and orchestration of various applications and modernising the underlying business infrastructure so that it is efficient and ‘future-ready’.
This means a changing role for the historical data centre. Once in-house and managed extensively by CIOs, most modern businesses recognise that the rise of cloud, Big Data and an always-on economy have changed what a modern data centre should look like.
In this webinar, we discuss how CIOs go about modernising their data centre infrastructure so it is fit for the digital age, all the while positioning the importance of Flash Storage and introducing Western Digital as a trusted data centre solutions player that offers advantages over rivals such as Dell EMC and NetApp.
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