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The new digital outpost: why we must rethink remote infrastructure

IT has always supported computing at remote sites. But business-critical digital activity at remote sites is rapidly intensifying due to multiple factors that include pervasive mobility, Internet of Things (IoT), and real-time analytics. IT must therefore proactively rethink its approach to remote infrastructure in order to enable critical digital activity and to ensure that it continues uninterrupted — while at the same time driving cost out of remote site ownership.

No matter what business you’re in, remote computing no longer serves merely as a utility that supports your geographically dispersed facilities. Those facilities are now as digital as they are physical. They have become your company’s New Digital Outposts (NDO). This requires significant rethinking and reengineering by IT. Remote computing is no longer about just sticking a server and a router in a supply closet. The New Digital Outpost requires an entirely new approach to provisioning that fulfills more demanding requirements for performance, availability, and total cost of ownership for remote computing. Download now to learn more.

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