Anyone who has ever been challenged by poorly performing technology knows the frustration of having their devices or applications just not work correctly, often in time sensitive situations and now, with remote work being a necessity across the globe. But while we can excuse spotty service in both very public and very remote areas, or those used by masses of users in transit, like an airport or coffee shop, we all truly expect that our business connections and devices will work reliably, without question. We are all also finding that this isn’t necessarily the case.
CIO’s are dealing with the issues of providing vast and infallible protection for their HQ, branches and remote workers – and they aren’t given much leeway when the solutions they deploy don’t work as expected – regardless of how pie-in-the-sky the expectations might be. There are simply no more excuses.
Public cloud has long been the go-to for enterprises hoping to make it possible for employees to work remotely on their various devices, but not all applications and workloads are compatible with public cloud – and extended compliance requirements are making CIOs’ tasks even more difficult.
VP and Managing Director of Hitachi Vantara ANZ, Adrian Johnson, believes that, “As a technology provider, this global pandemic has spurred us to develop or adapt solutions to help organisations meet the challenges of the moment, like delivering desktop and application experience to a suddenly much larger remote workforce. But those solutions wouldn’t be much good if they were only designed to help for now. They have to be foundational, giving companies infrastructure that can be built upon. That’s what infrastructure is supposed to be.”
The solutions CIO’s need in this unprecedented time all have a few common elements. It’s more vital than ever to provide employees the services and applications they need, while the business enables future solution integration, agility, management simplicity, security, flexibility and scalability. Deploying the right solution, like Sangfor’s Hyper Converged Infrastructure, or HCI, means your employees get the safe and reliable connection they need now, while CIO’s can both disaster-proof and future-proof their business.
Sangfor HCI provides incredibly simplified operation with a high-quality infrastructure, designed to support your business, and be deployed in just minutes, all with minimal manual operation required. Through a set of HCI servers, businesses are reducing TCO, consolidating traditional hardware-appliance based security, IP network, server and storage. By building IT infrastructure with a standardized HCI vendor like Sangfor, businesses are realizing visible, centralized operation and management via a unified WEB platform, and enjoying an ultra-simplified, on-demand IT framework that is evolvable.
Necessary to the success of businesses hoping to survive the pandemic and beyond, Sangfor HCI provides data center consolidation, an expedient cloud computing platform, maximum data protection and high-performance capabilities.
For more information on Sangfor HCI or Sangfor’s many other Cloud, Security or Infrastructure optimization options, visit us at www.sangfor.com today, or email us at email@example.com, and let Sangfor make your IT simpler, more secure and valuable.
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