Capgemini Remote Infrastructure Management

| December 28, 2017

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Improvements in technology higher quality bandwidth and connectivity, virtualization, greater automation, evolution of security technologies, and proactive enterprise management tools have paved the way for more efficient and cost-effective Remote Infrastructure Management (RIM). Today, IT organizations do not need to be replicated within every country of operations. Users and IT staff can be connected to IT assets seamlessly; and IT capacity need not be fixed but variable. Today’s RIM makes business leaner and more agile.

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