5 Problems Hyperconverged Infrastructure Solves

| June 7, 2019

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By now, you’ve likely heard of “hyperconverged infrastructure,” and you and your team may even be considering adopting it. As you work through that decision, chances are you’ve wondered what sorts of problems hyperconvergence could solve for you. Or, you might be in the camp of folks who’ve used legacy 3-tier architecture for so long that it’s a part of your DNA — and you might not be too keen on uprooting something that’s worked “just fine” for so many years. Either way, we’ve taken the guesswork out for you and compiled 5 of the top pain-points you can bid farewell to should you take the leap to HCI. Costly and Complex VDI Deployment. What do all IT teams want? To be more responsive, more resilient, to run ‘round the clock, and to do it all within a rigid budget. How are many of them doing it? More businesses are turning to virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI). With remote access to desktops and applications, employees can be anywhere and work from any device, enabling greater continuity and productivity

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