October 10, 2017
Webinar - Webinar to Tackle Data Center, Transformation
By Paula Bernier, Executive Editor, TMC
Connected technology promises to improve the way we live and do business. But enabling that will require organizations to think and do things in new ways. That’s what digital transformation is all about.
Digital transformation is a broad term. How it takes form will be different for every business, based on that organization’s goals and requirements.
But one thing is for sure. The data center will play a central role in supporting digital transformation.
That’s because the data center has become the center of the universe when it comes to communications and computing. This is true whether we're talking about a health care institution, a government agency, or some other entity.
In fact, data centers themselves are undergoing transformation. Advanced analytics, automation, new servers and storage, the rise of cloud solutions, and virtualization are just a few examples of what’s happening on this front. Such processes and technologies are expanding the possibilities of the value that data centers can deliver.
Getting the maximum value from your data center, and ensuring this mission-critical infrastructure stays up and running to power your business, can be a challenge, however. That’s why ePlus and Intel (News - Alert) have formed an alliance to deliver technical expertise, innovative performance, and security to help companies battle potential disturbances in their technology systems and deliver the value that companies expect. That includes leveraging the new Intel Xeon Scalable processors as well as Cisco HyperFlex, HPE Synergy, Microsoft (News - Alert) Azure Stack, and many other solutions.
To learn how ePlus and Intel can help with your transformation, join us Oct. 25 for the webinar “Transformation – The Enterprise Strikes Back.”
Speakers will include Jason Lamb, cloud solution architect at Intel, and Mark Melvin, chief technology officer at ePlus, which says it engineers transformative technology solutions for some of the most visionary companies in the world.
Edited by Maurice Nagle