The Three Drivers of Converged Systems

Every so often enterprises encounter a purchase choice that’s a distinct advantage for them and the advantages of converged systems are clear: They’re easier to set up and manage, which reduces staff resource expenses. Enterprises can decrease the number of licensing agreements and vendor relationships from three to one and sometimes more, if the converged system incorporates management and monitoring capabilities. Overall, with faster deployment time, enterprises can tackle initiatives with more agility.

A new IDG Research study backs up this enthusiasm. It reveals that IT professionals are already seriously considering converged systems.

Download reportto find out what is driving IT professionals to make the move to converged infrastructure.

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