Servers in the New IT Landscape: The picture is changing
The nature of IT is changing. No one will feel the
impact of this change more than SMBs. Collaboration is
cementing itself as a clear driver for IT growth and as such
it is vital for SMBs to become agile enough to cope with
the demands of this new aspect of IT infrastructure.
Regardless of all the talk emerging that Cloud will
be the future of IT, the on-premise server will still
have a vital role to play in the development of IT
infrastructures for business of all sizes, especially SMBs.
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