The link between business strategy and infrastructure investments is tenuous at best; it is changing with digital business transformations. New converged infrastructure solutions are a required foundation for an organization’s on-site, digital business workload.

Here are the top 4 benefits of migrating to a converged infrastructure:

#1 – Quick Deployment

Converged infrastructures come complete with all the prepackaged components needed to operate an infrastructure – networking, cabling, and virtualized storage. These different pieces are all preconfigured by certified experts before they even leave the company, which means you are getting a certified solution. Even a person who is not a storage expert can deploy this system in a matter of minutes versus days.

#2 – Reduced Deployment Risk

Together with a streamlined deployment, converged infrastructures help companies reduce the risks and unexpected costs associated with deployments. You no longer need extra teams and specialized experts strategize the addition of a customized piece of hardware to your infrastructure puzzle.

#3 – Extended Maintenance and Support

Use of a tested and validated design gives companies the assurance of performance, power and longevity. You also gain access to ongoing support such as coding updates, software patches and new software versions.

#4 – Simplified Management

One simple system allows for a single point of management for your entire infrastructure. In addition, one vendor eliminates the many complex support contracts that run unchecked through an organization’s system. One supplier can address any concerns that arise – without having to play the blame game.

Migration to a converged IT infrastructure gives businesses a more reliable, quicker and productive infrastructure at reduced cost.

Have questions about whether you should switch? Leave a comment below or contact PC Professional, Inc. so you can make an informed decision.

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