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IT modernization means different things to different people. To some, it suggests a complete overhaul and revamping of the full range of server and network components — the process of developing an entirely new infrastructure based on the latest hardware, most current software stack, and up-to-the-minute virtualization technology. To others, it is a selective replacement of components to improve IT efficiency, performance, and security. In between, there are many variations and a number of hybrid approaches to modernization.
For many organizations, the issue comes down to this: deciding whether to perform top-to-bottom modernization of an organization’s datacenter or to strategically modernize with those components that add efficiency, manageability, agility and cost savings to IT operations.
This paper discusses the challenges involved in making this decision and offers recommendations as to how to approach IT modernization in a pragmatic, structured way.
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