Forward-thinking IT leaders know that they need to modernise infrastructure to enable future innovation and maximise results. A transformed IT infrastructure allows your business to seamlessly invest in the new digital products and services it needs to grow and compete in today’s digital landscape.
Like cloud, hyper-converged infrastructure (HCI) is a core element of IT Transformation. It reduces data centre complexity, increases scalability, and greatly simplifies management.
The beauty of HCI is that it brings computing, storage, networking and virtualisation into a single footprint, modernising your data centre, and setting your business up for success.
Benefits of hyper-converged infrastructure:
It’s easier to set up (one box vs multiple boxes)
It reduces administrative burden
It’s cost effective to maintain
It simplifies the data centre
It supports a ‘scale-out’ architecture
The results speak for themselves
According the IDC, the simplification offered by HCI delivers an average 6 times ROI over five years, reducing operating costs by almost 60%.
Source: October 2017 IDC whitepaper sponsored by Dell EMC, “The Business Value of Modernizing Infrastructure with Hyper-Converged Systems”
Case study: Metal foundry simplifies IT, saves time and money
For a real example of the business value of hyper-convergence, watch the video case study below. The Charlotte Pipe and Foundry replaced legacy IT with VxRail Appliances to improve service levels, streamline operations, and reduce costs across multiple locations.
First Technology and Dell EMC: here to help you simplify your IT Transformation journey
IT Transformation is a struggle for many organisations, but the results are worth it. Having experienced partners at your side makes all the difference.
Follow the link below to get in touch with First Technology and Dell EMC about how we can help you lay the foundation for future innovation within your organisation.
To find out more about how First Technology can help you lay the foundation for future innovation within your organisation, with Dell EMC, contact Jolene Strydom at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 021 525 7000.