Adam E. Williams | #RoadmapForSuccess
Leader. Visionary Strategist. Incisive Tactician. Entrepreneur. Old World Dreamer. New World Geek.
Business as we know it is changing fast – people are moving in droves toward remote and hybrid styles of doing work. They’re tackling their jobs from new locations, using new devices, and trying out new ways of storing and accessing files. This has brought a great deal of flexibility to people’s daily lives – but it’s also led corporate IT leaders to take a good, hard look at their big-picture strategies for data center transformation.
The truth is, there are some serious concerns about the cost-effectiveness of traditional data management strategies. According to a recent Forrester report, storage management as we once knew it is dying – in its place, businesses are looking for new ideas that will help them save operating costs on everything from data center floor space to scheduled downtime to hardware maintenance.
And ideally, their data management strategies wouldn’t just be cookie-cutter IT tools – they’d be adaptable solutions that are customized to meet their specific needs.