Enterprise Outlook

Download this report and you’ll learn how the move to a hyperconverged infrastructure can help your agency be truly ready to meet future demands for flexibility, scalability and cost-effectiveness.

Capacity and cost continue to be sensitive issues. The current federal IT infrastructure doesn’t have the capacity to handle today’s data. And federal agencies are concerned about the potential expense of modernization. The changes required to achieve a future-ready posture are incremental, cost-effective, and will result in dramatic and positive results for the agency.
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One of the challenges of a field environment is the environment itself: heat, water, dust, dirt, rain, and sand. The solution is to build a strong back office that supports workers operating in a wide range of environments and locations. Federal agencies should see their infrastructure as a hub and spoke system—a common architecture so high-performance workloads can be accessed as easily from disparate spokes as they can from headquarters.
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Government agencies are on a quest to increase the efficiency and lower the cost of their IT infrastructure and manage growing stores of data and server sprawl. Agencies have discovered the value of the converged infrastructure model. But there’s yet another step, an entirely new frontier: hyperconverged. Setting up a converged infrastructure provides agencies the freedom to add small, modular blocks that combine compute, storage, and networking capacity.
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Government agencies across the board are taking advantage of virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) for a variety of benefits. VDI helps improve manageability and security, enhance backup and recovery, increase flexibility and ensure regulatory compliance. The potential use cases are endless. VDI helps secure telework, supports BYOD and mobility initiatives, and replaces aging PCs across the agency.
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Whether it’s embracing artificial intelligence, virtual reality, and the Internet of Things (IoT) or pioneering new cyber-defense capabilities, innovation is critical throughout all levels of government. Some of these innovative endeavors have been delayed or discontinued because the underlying infrastructure couldn’t support the new technologies or processes. The first step to enabling this level of innovation is moving to a converged infrastructure.
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