What is Data Center Transformation?

“IT transformation” is among the most commonly-used (and arguably the most over-used) term in the industry today, but no matter how you define it, one thing is clear: almost universally, enterprises are revamping their IT infrastructure to better meet modern business requirements. Michael D. Osterman, Principal Analyst at Osterman Research, recently unveiled during a webinar with George Crump, Lead Analyst at Storage Switzerland, that according to one of his firm’s most recent surveys, only 2% of enterprises have not begun their data center transformation with regard to the cloud.

For storage professionals, this is particularly notable because the cloud offers an avenue to providing the levels of storage capacity and data access that are required without breaking the bank. However, to achieve this end, the cloud must be used effectively. For additional insights, access Storage Switzerland’s on demand webinar in collaboration with HubStor and Osterman Research, “Complete Your Cloud Transformation – Store Your Data in The Cloud.”

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Senior Analyst, Krista Macomber produces analyst commentary and contributes to a range of client deliverables including white papers, webinars and videos for Storage Switzerland. She has a decade of experience covering all things storage, data center and cloud infrastructure, including: technology and vendor portfolio developments; customer buying behavior trends; and vendor ecosystems, go-to-market positioning, and business models. Her previous experience includes leading the IT infrastructure practice of analyst firm Technology Business Research, and leading market intelligence initiatives for media company TechTarget.

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