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What Are The Benefits Of Converged Infrastructure?

Author: Robert Smith
by Robert Smith
Posted: Oct 05, 2014
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The world of technology is moving at such a rapid pace there are new programs available so quickly you have to know what’s in and what’s out. Converged infrastructure has a lot of benefits that will help to keep a company on the cutting edge instead of muddling along with an outdated software program.

Converged infrastructure sounds like a very techno-savvy word that only computer geeks would know but it all boils down to the consolidation of everything that has to do with the flow of information to and from your computer in one place for a simpler way of managing it. That being said, it encompasses software, hardware, transmission lines, cooling racks, and anything else in a data center that plays a part in the usage of the computer system.

Many companies hire a Chief Information Officer, or CIO, to handle their converged infrastructure because it really is a full time job. Staying current on the available software programs so that a company is utilizing their time wisely is something that a CEO might not be aware of. It would also not be to his or her advantage to have to take time from their regular responsibilities and focus, to learn about computer programs.

A converged infrastructure is especially beneficial to a large company but can also help out a small company as well. Here are some reasons why you should consider this for your business.

1. Efficiency

With everything operating from one hub, it is easier to manage and utilize your resources rather than having them spread out into several different locations.

2. Money

It costs less for a company to have all of their resources operating out of one main location rather than having to power drives from local computer that are also part of the converged infrastructure.

3. Speed

Once the converged infrastructure is in place, if it has some pre-built systems, it can cut through the technology stack and address new applications as they become available.

4. Energy

The solutions that a converged infrastructure provides include virtualization and help to cut out any redundant components. There is also a minimization of cabling and the end result is an improvement in the efficiency of energy in the data center.

5. Cloud

A converged infrastructure provides a platform for cloud computing. It used to take a long time to move to cloud services but it is much easier through a converged infrastructure.

The main things to remember when creating a converged infrastructure for your business is it is much easier and efficient to have all of your computer needs bundled together and operating out of one central location. It will save you time and money, even if you have a small business. It will also put you in the position of moving quickly on any new computer software or programs. Your company should not be operating with outdated resources. Try to find a CIO who can handle these issues for you so you can devote your time to your job.

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