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The Enterprise IT Infrastructure Agenda for 2014

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This year has been tough for many organizations that manage IT infrastructure — the hardware, software, and operational support required to provide application hosting, network, and end-user services. Highly uncertain business conditions have resulted in tighter budgets. Many infrastructure managers have rushed to put tactical cost reductions in place — canceling projects, rationalizing contractors, extracting vendor concessions, and deferring investments to upgrade hardware and software.

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Comments (2)
IT Infrastructure managers can deliver more with less by ensuring they focus on IT systems management initiatives such as automation, correlation, and business aligned IT. Moving towards an agile data centre leveraging real-time management of virtual and cloud technologies should also feature in your plans. Interlink Software have a proven suite of IT Management tools and many global 500 companies as references who can testify that they have continued to grow their IT infrastructures over the past decade while maintaining or even reducing headcount in many cases
Posted by lloyd H | Wednesday, February 05 2014 at 6:24AM ET
IT Infrastructure managers can deliver more with less by ensuring they focus on IT systems management initiatives such as automation, correlation, and business aligned IT. Moving towards an agile data centre leveraging real-time management of virtual and cloud technologies should also feature in your plans. Interlink Software have a proven suite of IT Management tools and many global 500 companies as references who can testify that they have continued to grow their IT infrastructures over the past decade while maintaining or even reducing headcount in many cases
Posted by lloyd H | Wednesday, February 05 2014 at 6:25AM ET
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