Hyperconvergence: the path to IT transformation

How Australian and New Zealand organisations can build hyperconverged systems into their infrastructure strategies.

Hyperconvergence is growing fast globally and in Australia and New Zealand, as more enterprises recognise the technology as the logical next step for their IT architecture.

Speed, simplicity, flexibility and cost are all key drivers for adoption of hyperconverged infrastructure. And we’re seeing some organisations move beyond traditional use cases for hyperconvergence – virtual desktop infrastructure and remote/branch office deployments. They now see it as a viable replacement for their traditional server and SAN environment, and as a simpler way to manage and deploy their IT.

They see hyperconvergence as an essential building block for data centre transformation.

To discover more about how hyperconvergence can transform your infrastructure – and how to build it into your IT strategy – download HPE’s free report written exclusively for iTnews readers.

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