Published By: Tripp Lite
Published Date: Jun 28, 2018
When you’re designing a data center, server room or network closet, deciding which racks to deploy and how to configure them should be at the top of your list. Just like building a house, the surface details may steal the spotlight, but it’s the quality of the underlying foundation that makes the difference between success and frustration.
Racks organize IT equipment, such as servers and network switches, into standardized assemblies that make efficient use of space and other resources. Depending on the options you choose, they can also improve power protection, cooling, cable management, device management, physical security, mobility, ease of installation and protection from harsh environmental conditions.
Choosing the right racks and configuring them to match your needs will ensure that your IT equipment operates reliably and efficiently, saving your organization from costly downtime and other needless expenses.
Reaching out to your customers across channels is difficult and takes a coordinated effort. You need sophisticated audience segmentation, real-time engagement insights, and efficient ways to orchestrate a campaign across all channels, devices, and screens. These capabilities, integrated and working together as they do in Adobe Campaign, create consistent customer experiences that span all marketing channels. See why we’re a Leader in Gartner’s 2017 Magic Quadrant for Multichannel Campaign Management.
More and more enterprises are adopting “bring your own device” (BYOD) initiatives to let employees choose the device they use. The HP BYOD solution, based on the HP Intelligent Management Center (IMC), offers a single-pane-of-glass network and user management solution for your entire network. With an HP BYOD solution, you can efficiently manage your entire infrastructure, secure personally owned devices, and monitor BYOD traffic. HP IMC also goes beyond the unified BYOD essentials by delivering converged management across various networks—physical and virtual, wired and wireless, and Software-Defined Networking (SDN). Discover how.
Like other IT leaders, you know you have to modernize your IT infrastructure to become more productive, efficient, agile and competitive. So what's holding you back? Many organizations are still devoting anywhere from 60% to 80% of their time, energy, human resources and budget to supporting legacy systems rather than develop transformative solutions.
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Here you'll learn the three stages of IT modernization — from realigning your infrastructure to updating business processes — so you take the right steps.