New Guidance For Locating Significant Criteria In Agility Exercises

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7, 2015 /PRNewswire/ –Enterprise CIOs are at an important crossroads: Where hardware purchases, application support, and day to day management once consumed the majority of their time and attention, their focus is now shifting to providing a seamless IT experienceto their users. This IT experience embodies the “third platform” analysts have described as the convergence of mobile and cloud computing together with social media and big data. To help enterprise clients move through this transition, Logicalis US, an international IT solutions and managed services provider ( http://www.us.logicalis.com ), today unveiled its new Software Defined Data Center (SDDC) practice, a business unit created for the sole purpose of helping CxOs leverage their existing technology investments while adding a software and services layer to aid what are the best fat burners them as they move toward and embrace technology’s third platform. Logo – http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20151006/274692LOGO Hardware still plays a pivotal role in the third platform, but the focus and attention in IT will shift to employing the software and services that can deliver greater business agility, faster time to market, increased corporate efficiencies, and a lower total cost of ownership. Experts say driving this kind of business value requires a services-led approach to IT, something that starts with the implementation of a software-defined data center. With the addition of its new SDDC practice, Logicalis US is ready to assist clients from end to end along this IT transformation journey . “By creating this SDDC practice, we can help our clients make the vision of the service-defined enterprise a reality,” says David Angradi, Director, SDDC Solutions, Logicalis US.

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