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Things to Look for When Selecting an MSP for Your Data Center Needs

Posted on: February 27th, 2018 by Daniella Lundsberg

In our last blog, we discussed what are the main attractions for organizations to consider outsourcing some or all of their IT to an outside service provider. In this article, we will share our thoughts on things to look at when evaluating your options. Organizations have many choices when it comes to managed service providers. Choosing the right one can mean the difference between having a business partner who adds value to your organization and helps you move your business forward and a provider who is more interested in your money than making your IT systems run smoother.

Here are some things to think about:

High touch/high value: Does the service provider emphasize customer service and personal attention? Do they sit down with you to fully understand your business goals and how you see IT supporting or driving those objectives? Are they both proactive and responsive? It’s important to work with a managed service provider who values working hand in hand with you every step of the way.

Data center focused: Choose a service provider who has demonstrated expertise in the data center as their core business. Sometimes managed service providers have their roots in PCs and help desks, and are trying to expand their services inward. Providers who understand the nuances of designing, deploying, and managing sizable data centers and demonstrable investment in bullet-proof data centers and architectures will give you the highest level of success.

Flexible: Working with a managed service provider that offers a variety of options will be in your best interest. Organizations all have unique requirements. Sometimes all that is required is extra staffing and monitoring of existing on-site equipment, other times a full hosting of infrastructure and applications is required. The ability to mix and match services based on needs can make the experience much easier. Additionally, businesses are dynamic, so as your business changes, your IT needs will too. Look for a provider who can make that transition along with you.

Expertise: If your organization is fairly large and your data center is complex, you should be seeking a managed service provider who has the expertise, not only with enterprise level infrastructure, but has the certifications and credentials to really understand the nuances of how all the pieces work together for optimal performance and availability. Data center management is not only about the operational aspects of all the piece parts, but from a business perspective – knowing how to keep the business applications up and running 24/7.

Committed to Strong Vendor Partnerships:  Whether you own your own infrastructure and have a service provider manage it, or utilize an MSP’s hosted data center, it’s important for the MSP to have deep, strong relationships with their vendors. Data centers consist of a variety of components: compute, storage, networking, and application, and data protection. Understanding how all those components work together to achieve the SLA goals is key to your success. For example, if you are running SAP as your ERP application, on top of Hewlett Packard servers and storage, with Cisco networking infrastructure, you need a service provider who has deep technical relationships with all of these technology providers.

While this is not an exhaustive list, it will give you a head start in selecting a strong managed services provider who can meet your needs and help you grow your business. Next time, we will discuss the value of a solid data protection plan when considering if managed services can help you.

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Data Protection – It May be More Critical Than Operational Support

Posted on: February 19th, 2018 by Daniella Lundsberg

In today’s fast paced economy, organizations find themselves in a bit of a conundrum. As they assess their tolerance for downtime of business-critical application, they often find out that their ability to restore systems to an operative level exceeds their tolerance for downtime. For example, they may find they can only tolerate 2 hours of downtime for an online-ordering system, but they can only restore it within 4 hours. That means 2 hours of lost sales and lost productivity not to mention brand and reputation damage. This can add up quickly. Investing in the infrastructure necessary to meet these shrinking windows can be costly. Using an MSP to manage your backup and recovery processes can often be a lower cost, lower risk solution.

Managed Service Providers who provide data center level infrastructure services understand that business continuity and data protection is probably more important than day to day operations support. A good MSP will sit down with you and understand your business processes and the impact on the bottom line if any of those processes were interrupted. You will jointly draw up a strategy to ensure your business has the continuity it needs to compete effectively.

Data protection plans from an MSP should include SLAs – Service Level Agreements – that communicate the agreed upon metrics around guaranteed uptime, security, power, and redundancy. The SLA’s should spell out procedures for backup and disaster recovery, as well as physical and cybersecurity.

Again, as mentioned in previous blog posts, look for flexibility from your MSP in this area. You may have an existing data center on-site that has accrued complex backup and recovery parameters over the years. You can work with the MSP to handle data protection processes through a solid plan and augmented staffing, along with remote monitoring and proactive recommendations to head off potential issues, such as a fast-growing database that will be soon exceeding the current backup capacity.

Alternatively, you may find your needs are such that you have your entire IT infrastructure hosted within the MSP’s secure data center. It’s important to understand how the MSP protects your data, as well as what security policies are in place to protect access to your sensitive data. Do they truly understand what it takes to support a sizeable corporate data center and protect it? Do they have experience in large business critical applications, such as SAP or Oracle? This knowledge comes in handy as troubleshooting application performance in terms of data availability is a cumbersome task with so many technologies involved: server, storage, network, database, virtual machines, etc. The more an MSP understands the total infrastructure stack the more confident you should feel that your applications will be meeting SLA requirements of users and customers.

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Whats Driving Organizations to Turn to Managed Services?

Posted on: February 9th, 2018 by Daniella Lundsberg

The digital economy has businesses and organizations struggling to find ways to become more agile. More often than not, they are spending most of their time and energy maintaining their infrastructure instead of trying to find ways to work with the business to get ahead of the competition and use IT to their advantage. The mantra has been “do more with less” for a long time. This means less staff and less money to invest in new technologies, resulting in a less than optimal IT environment given the pace at which business flows today. The challenges to keep applications available as well as users and customers happy are daunting.

IT can be a complex thing, and it’s not getting any easier. Skill sets required to manage today’s business applications have become very specialized and expensive.  Its no wonder many organizations have sought out alternatives to managing and investing in their own data center. As competition increases and companies are under more pressure to become more agile, IT has become an target for outsourcing, with the goal of increasing corporate efficiency and finding a partner who can help increase revenues from IT investments.

Let’s look at the major reasons organizations are turning to managed service providers to assist them with their IT requirements:

  1. Reducing and controlling operating costs: The demonstrated cost savings of outsourcing are widely accepted as one of the reasons to consider managed services. The reduction of CapEx and OpEx is also key, as outsourcing removes the need to purchase physical hardware as well as the maintenance costs.
  2. Gaining access to world-class capabilities around the clock: Outsourced IT specializes in managing and maintaining your IT needs and can service those needs 24/7 while going beyond what an internal team can do.
  3. Freeing internal resources: Your business probably isn’t IT, so maintenance tasks get in the way of more strategic projects. Managed services can help alleviate this burden and help maximize your IT team’s time.
  4. Latest technology: With all the different technologies like cloud, security, and networking, you have access to the best in the field, along with the latest and greatest technology to give your company the edge it needs to compete in a crowded marketplace.
  5. Streamlining or increasing efficiency: Using an MSP partner to augment your in-house IT staff can be a great way to increase efficiency of your business operations. No matter what arises, an MSP is there to pick up the slack when needed, allowing your business to run smoothly and your employees to focus on core business needs.
  6. Shared risk: MSPs heavily invest in the most resilient systems that handle disruption better than less powerful systems can. Backed by robust SLAs, MSP partners guarantee the safety of your data in ways an on-premises solution cannot.

Managed Services Can Help You Grow

It’s not too far of a reach to assume that most IT organizations are overwhelmed with trying to keep up with new business initiatives while keeping the existing infrastructure and applications up and running. The other dynamic is that as technology has changed – cloud computing, mobility, and big data analytics – just to name a few, there are fewer IT members on staff who are skilled in these areas. It only makes sense to think about outsourcing the management and deployment of these new technologies to achieve faster time to value. Managed services can provide the bridge between existing infrastructure and newer technology that enables organizations to achieve maximum business value and focus on core competencies.

Next time we will look at things to consider when selecting a managed service provider.

Interested in learning more? Give us a call: 847-637-4300

Your Quick Introduction to Nimble Storage

Posted on: January 9th, 2018 by Daniella Lundsberg

In March 2017, Hewlett Packard Enterprise announced its acquisition of Nimble Storage, a leading provider of entry to midrange, predictive flash storage solutions. This acquisition rounds out a storage portfolio that already leads the market in midrange to high-end storage with HPE 3PAR StoreServ enterprise flash storage solutions. If the HPE 3PAR StoreServ portfolio doesn’t fit your needs perfectly, you may find a better answer to your unique challenges with Nimble Storage.

But you might be wondering about the exact distinctions between HPE 3PAR StoreServ and Nimble Storage solutions. As you start to evaluate storage solutions that can provide massive consolidation to make your business more agile, this quick overview of Nimble should provide some guidance.

4 Things You Should Know About Nimble Storage

As the Nimble Storage portfolio receives greater recognition thanks to the reach of Hewlett Packard Enterprise, here are four things you should know about the products:

  • Accessible Predictive Flash: Nimble solutions make all-flash, hybrid-flash, and multicloud support accessible to businesses of all sizes. With a layer of predictive analytics powered by advanced machine learning supporting the entire portfolio, SMBs can enjoy 99.9999% data availability and storage optimized to avoid service issues.
  • Integration With Hyper Converged Infrastructure: Nimble is built to work closely with HPE SimpliVity hyper converged solutions to ensure SMBs are deploying the right data services in the right context.
  • Autonomous Storage: The InfoSight™ predictive analytics engine within Nimble can automate storage visibility, management, and support with an intricate system of sensors that are analyzed every second.
  • Cloud Storage Made Easy: Hybrid IT is the modern reality for organizations, no matter what their size. Nimble has the tools necessary to move data between the public cloud and your private data center quickly and easily. No manual migrations are necessary; it enables multicloud use without data migration; and no data egress charges apply.

These are just a few of the technical advantages that come along with the addition of the Nimble solutions to the HPE product line. The only question is how you can deploy the storage solutions in a way that meets your specific needs.

American Digital and Nimble Storage Transform Data Centers

As a Hewlett Packard Enterprise Platinum Partner, American Digital is uniquely qualified to transform data centers with solutions such as HPE Nimble Storage. It’s one thing to understand that the data center needs to become more agile — it’s quite another to make the most cost-efficient IT decisions to improve efficiency and growth.

If you want to learn how to transform your data center with cost-effective solutions like Nimble, call American Digital today at 847-637-4300.

Hewlett Packard Enterprise specializations include Platinum: Converged Infrastructure, Networking; Gold: Cloud Builder.

The information contained herein is subject to change without notice. The only warranties for Hewlett Packard Enterprise products and services are set forth in the express warranty statements accompanying such products and services. Nothing herein should be construed as constituting an additional warranty. Hewlett Packard Enterprise shall not be liable for technical or editorial errors or omissions contained herein.

Peak Data Availability at an SMB Price — Yes, It’s Possible

Posted on: January 3rd, 2018 by Daniella Lundsberg

Downtime isn’t a problem exclusive to the enterprise market. And yet, enterprise-grade storage availability has only been accessible via expensive on-site service contracts and costly systems of redundant hardware — which, unsurprisingly, have been out of reach for SMBs.

However, ever-increasing reliance on internet-connected applications to handle mission-critical processes means even SMBs need the guarantee of advanced availability. While midrange to high-end storage such as HPE 3PAR StoreServ enterprise flash storage solutions from Hewlett Packard Enterprise may not be within reach of your SMB, there are other options available.

In 2014, Nimble Storage, now a Hewlett Packard Enterprise company, committed to providing 99.999% data availability to companies outside the enterprise class. And now, after the acquisition by Hewlett Packard Enterprise, Nimble has stepped up once again and guarantees 99.999% (known as “six-nines”) availability (less than 25 seconds of downtime annually) at an SMB price.

If it seems too good to be true, let’s take a closer look at how Nimble Storage InfoSight™ from Hewlett Packard Enterprise makes high availability possible.

5 Steps to Deliver Six-Nines Availability

Despite the SMB price tag, Nimble Storage delivers the following advanced operations for SMB customers:

  • Continuous Data Analysis: A network of sensor telemetry data allows InfoSight to continuously monitor the entire storage infrastructure for possible performance anomalies.
  • Case Creation: The key to rapid problem-solving is predicting potential issues before they occur. InfoSight creates cases and automatically resolves them in 86% of situations before customers ever recognize the problem.
  • Root Cause Analysis: When issues prove to be complicated, a dedicated engineer can work with the simple Nimble interface to diagnose a root cause. Signatures are then created to avoid ongoing issues in the OS, performance metrics, application/workload profiles, and third-party configurations.
  • Problem Resolution: Nimble Storage makes it easier and more efficient to work within the system to develop resolution plans and verify they’re been implemented throughout the storage infrastructure.
  • Install-Based Prevention: Advanced machine learning and pattern-matching algorithms allow InfoSight to identify, predict, and prevent storage systems from experiencing the same problems that have already been solved elsewhere.

All of these operations speak to the machine learning built into Nimble Storage. Investing in depreciating storage systems will leave you with business challenges every few years — but if you invest in a storage system that learns to be more effective over time, you can focus on core aspects of your business rather than worrying about IT systems. In the SMB market, the ability to automate storage optimization cannot be understated.

Implementing Nimble Storage Through American Digital

When six-nines data availability is affordable on an SMB budget, the only question left is how to implement the solution in your own IT stack. When you work with American Digital, a Hewlett Packard Enterprise Platinum Partner, you can rely on a deep bench of IT expertise to ensure this all-flash storage system is implemented correctly.

If you’re ready to take advantage of enterprise-grade high availability for an SMB price, call American Digital today at 847-637-4300.

Hewlett Packard Enterprise specializations include Platinum: Converged Infrastructure, Networking; Gold: Cloud Builder.

The information contained herein is subject to change without notice. The only warranties for Hewlett Packard Enterprise products and services are set forth in the express warranty statements accompanying such products and services. Nothing herein should be construed as constituting an additional warranty. Hewlett Packard Enterprise shall not be liable for technical or editorial errors or omissions contained herein.

3 Challenges of Implementing Hyper Converged Infrastructure

Posted on: December 21st, 2017 by Daniella Lundsberg

The demands of digital transformation are putting IT leaders in a difficult position. You know that it’s important to update legacy infrastructure in favor of more modern, agile technology. But refreshing an already-complex IT stack can be incredibly time-consuming.

In fact, IT teams are already spending upwards of 80% of time and budgets on IT stack management. At a time when businesses are moving faster than ever, this just isn’t sustainable.

Hyper converged infrastructure solutions have emerged as an answer to complex, manual processes. While the power, simplicity, and speed of hyperconvergence are real, there are a few challenges you should know about before diving in.

3 Hyperconvergence Challenges to Know Before Adoption

As you evaluate your hyper converged infrastructure options, keep these roadblocks to implementation in mind:

  • Internal Friction: By definition, hyper converged infrastructure brings your compute, storage, and networking silos together. This is great for agility, but can be a challenge for internal IT employees. Those accustomed to specializing need to adapt to a more generalized environment — and your solution should help ease this transition.
  • Scalability Isn’t a Given: You have to be careful when approaching the market for hyper converged infrastructure. Solutions will help improve the agility of IT, but that doesn’t mean scalability is always built in. Make sure you evaluate provisioning times and cost structures to make sure you can deploy hyperconvergence universally.
  • Guarantee Data Efficiency: One critical advantage of hyperconvergence is data efficiency. However, not all solutions will guarantee improvements in this area. If you’re making the move away from legacy silos, make sure you’ll enjoy the data efficiencies you expect.

American Digital and HPE SimpliVity 380 Overcome Hyper Converged Challenges

When you trust HPE SimpliVity 380 from Hewlett Packard Enterprise with your hyper converged infrastructure needs, you get an enterprise-ready solution that eliminates any potential drawbacks of this integrated approach. Rather than worrying about IT training or the cost of scaling hyperconvergence, HPE SimpliVity 380 can lower total cost of ownership by 73% while providing a simple user interface and 40:1 data efficiency on average.

If you’re still uncertain about deploying hyper converged infrastructure on your own, American Digital is a Hewlett Packard Platinum Partner with the IT expertise necessary to help you implement HPE SimpliVity 380.

See how American Digital can break down the silos in your legacy IT stack by contacting us today.

 

5 Storage Obstacles for the Modern SMB to Overcome

Posted on: November 17th, 2017 by Daniella Lundsberg

When it comes to data, businesses of all sizes are forced to handle a double-edged sword. On the one hand, big data collection and analytics give you the insights necessary to make quick and effective business decisions. But at the same time, all this data has to be stored somewhere and the financial burden is quickly becoming a problem.

Legacy storage infrastructure isn’t able to keep up with modern business demands. In recent years, all-flash storage has emerged as the answer to these legacy problems. However, just because you’ve decided to go all-flash in your data center doesn’t mean the implementation process is always easy.

Especially for SMBs, the following challenges can stand in the way during an all-flash data center refresh. If the midrange to high-end storage solutions from Hewlett Packard Enterprise, such as HPE 3PAR StoreServ enterprise flash storage solutions, don’t seem within reach for your SMB, consider how Nimble Storage may offer solutions that are right-sized for you.

Roadblocks to All-Flash — and How Nimble Storage Can Help

Fast, reliable, cloud-ready data storage await the business that moves to all-flash. But these five obstacles might prove challenging:

  • Servers Faster than Disk-based Storage: You can experience application performance issues when traditional disk-based storage can’t keep up with demand. Mission-critical, data-intensive applications can’t move to all-flash if you don’t have a way to ensure the storage is optimized for workloads within hybrid environments. With solutions from Nimble Storage, a Hewlett Packard Enterprise company, you can unify all storage environments to achieve easy mobility and reliable access.
  • Potential for Storage Downtime: All-flash vendors have plans in place for fixing failed drives — but only after an incident has occurred. Your applications need to be highly available and you can’t afford failures in all-flash data centers that compromise mission-critical applications. Nimble Storage InfoSight™ uses cloud-based predictive analytics and machine learning to counteract problems before they impact your applications.
  • Need for Management Expertise: IT leaders are accustomed to working in data silos and the wrong move to all-flash can result in a disjointed management framework that sacrifices data protection and availability. With solutions from Nimble Storage, you gain access to a unified management framework that helps deploy flash for all workloads and future-proof the data center to avoid management issues later on.
  • Capacity Ceiling: Most all-flash arrays will hit capacity ceilings pretty quickly, making it difficult to scale at will. Nimble Storage solutions take a scale-to-fit approach that means you’ll never hit a capacity ceiling unexpectedly. You’ll have the visibility necessary to scale according to your immediate needs.
  • Cost of Deployment: Investment protection is top-of-mind for any IT leader planning upgrades in the data center. All-flash doesn’t have to give you a choice between short-term and long-term benefits. Nimble Storage Timeless Storage™ guarantee ensures flexibility during the deployment process to keep your investments safe.

When you choose the right solution, all-flash data centers are more accessible than ever — even for SMBs on tight budgets. The key is to have a partner that can help you through the purchase and deployment processes so you can focus on business performance.

Learn More With American Digital

As a Hewlett Packard Enterprise Platinum Partner, American Digital has the technical expertise to help you achieve an all-flash data center with Nimble Storage from Hewlett Packard Enterprise.

If you’re ready to make the shift, call American Digital today at 847-637-4300.

Hewlett Packard Enterprise specializations include Platinum: Converged Infrastructure, Networking; Gold: Cloud Builder.

The information contained herein is subject to change without notice. The only warranties for Hewlett Packard Enterprise products and services are set forth in the express warranty statements accompanying such products and services. Nothing herein should be construed as constituting an additional warranty. Hewlett Packard Enterprise shall not be liable for technical or editorial errors or omissions contained herein.

Accelerate Value Creation with Composable Infrastructure

Posted on: May 18th, 2017 by Daniella Lundsberg

Today’s IT departments have to grapple with a difficult challenge. They are being tasked with developing and deploying new cloud-native applications at near light speed proportions. While this is a reasonable request by the business, it is nearly impossible for IT to respond when they are relegated to supporting the traditional applications that run day-to-day operations. What has been happening in many cases is organizations are attempting to address this challenge by maintaining two different environments. They are operating their legacy environment to support and scale their traditional applications, while simultaneously building out new environments to quickly develop and stand up cloud, mobile, and web-based applications. The problem is that this approach is counterproductive. It divides IT resources, increases costs, overinflates investment, and impedes agility.

Composable Infrastructure Bridges Old and New IT

Simply defined, a composable infrastructure is one that allows IT organizations to align the infrastructure around the needs of both traditional and new economy applications. For the idea economy’s real-time needs, it enables IT, as well as Dev/Ops, to implement the most advanced technology in areas that demand speed and flexibility. Initiatives involving big data, managing unstructured data, and working with cloud applications and services are more easily supported. For traditional applications, it eliminates the drag created by resource-intensive applications on daily operations and protects their uninterrupted performance in an always-on uptime mode. Best yet, with a composable infrastructure traditional apps’ eventual transition to the cloud is easier and more efficient.

American Digital and HPE Synergy Deliver the Goods

HPE Synergy is the first platform built from the ground up for a Composable Infrastructure. American Digital is a Hewlett Packard Enterprise Platinum partner that can show you how Synergy empowers your IT to create and deliver new value instantly and continuously. Through a single interface, HPE Synergy composes physical and virtual compute, storage, and fabric pools into any configuration for any application. And, HPE Synergy’s software-defined intelligence enables IT to implement changes to the infrastructure. This increases service availability while reducing operational costs all at the same time.

To learn more, contact American Digital at 847.637.4300

Storage Optimization in Today’s Digital Economy

Posted on: September 2nd, 2016 by Daniella Lundsberg

In today’s digital economy, navigating the IT landscape can be challenging. As more and more data is created, enterprises are looking for scalable solutions to collect, store and analyze larger amounts of data. When it comes to storage management, it’s vital for organizations to adopt a more holistic view of its current storage needs and most importantly, anticipate future needs and goals. Are your storage optimization strategies in-line with company growth?

Creating a storage optimization roadmap

It’s not just about the amount of storage, it’s about determining the best storage level and capacity unique to your company’s business goals and strategies across the network. Highly complex storage systems can lead to inefficiencies, longer processing times, poor availability and higher costs. One of the first steps is to create a comprehensive storage optimization roadmap, which includes:

Review of existing storage architecture against future needs and goals

  • Benchmarking current storage capacity and performance
  • Determine the optimal hardware/software and virtualization solutions
  • Research different types of storage solutions: Flash, Cloud and Hybrid
  • Identify opportunities for storage optimization and long-term benefits

The goals of storage optimization

The goals of storage optimization are to reduce storage hardware costs, consolidate existing storage resources and gain system-wide visibility. However, since not all data is created equal, before companies can determine their storage needs, it’s important to look at the type of data that drives the organization. Next, companies should create a comprehensive guide outlining both possible quick improvements to their storage capacities and the long-term benefits of storage optimization.

Go Green!

Along with lowering your TCO in today’s digital world, companies now have a choice when it comes to their storage environments and hardware solutions. As enterprises scale, while they simultaneously upgrade to new technologies, it becomes even more challenging to reduce operational budgets. To sustain company growth and create more efficient processes, organizations must invest even more dollars into their IT infrastructure. However, upgrading can become more sustainable by utilizing flash technology, cost-efficient hardware and eco-friendly cloud storage solutions. American Digital can future-proof your enterprise and simplify upgrades and migrations.

Learn more about storage optimization solutions

As HP’s largest Platinum Partner in the Midwest, American Digital can help craft a unique storage optimization roadmap to meet your company’s needs and goals. Complete a Storage Assessment today and learn how we can help you with all of your storage needs.

 

In healthcare, the need for information is “right now”

Posted on: May 18th, 2016 by Daniella Lundsberg

Your hospital’s executive team is looking to the IT department to help solve more problems than ever before – and asking for a bigger budget or a larger staff generally isn’t an option.

Your executive team is trying to keep up with healthcare reform, increased demands from clinicians for mobile access and unprecedented market consolidation – not to mention the need to deliver coordinated care while ensuring that patients’ records are secure.

Here’s one of the problems you need to solve today: Chances are, your doctors and nurses practice medicine at one or two hospitals – and they probably have a day or two in remote clinic environments as well. When patient visits are only 15 minutes long, downtime isn’t an option. That means your clinicians require nimble and easy access to patients’ records.

With payment reform, coordinated care among clinicians is a must. Figuring out how to enable secure enterprise access to patients’ records is key to your healthcare organization’s success.

And that means your IT infrastructure must be simple but sophisticated. Your IT team needs to be able to quickly assess utilization patterns – and, in response to proactive alerts, change resource allocations in real time. The ability to deploy and manage virtual machines in just five clicks and update hardware and firmware in just three clicks enables your doctors and nurses to stay focused on serving patients, rather than contacting the support desk because the network is down.

Don’t forget about your billing department. That entire team relies on IT to provide always-up network access so billers can file claims in real time. A delay in getting those claims to insurance companies means a delay in receiving payment for the hard work your doctors and nurses do to keep patients healthy. And that means a hit to your bottom line. All the more reason that your IT infrastructure must be agile and responsive to your business needs.

With a proven architecture for virtualization and the cloud, your IT team can deliver on the promise of simplified upgrades and increased uptime and service levels. We’ll help get you there with an all-in-one virtualization solution that enables you to deploy virtual machines in minutes, while simplifying IT operations and reducing costs.

To learn more, read American Digital’s Indiana Health Information Exchange case study.

 

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