How hyperconverged efficiency allows IT teams to trim resources without sacrificing quality
World renowned consultant, educator, and author Peter Drucker said, “Efficiency is doing things right; effectiveness is doing the right things.” When it comes to IT operational efficiency, doing things right means streamlining IT. By doing so, IT organizations can save time and expenses – devoting more resources to strategic activities. But, it’s not about cutting corners. There is still a lot of work to do. IT needs to be sure that the changes we make don’t sacrifice the quality of the product or service – in other words, we need to do the right things.
So, how do you trim complexity without sacrificing quality? According to some IT teams, adopting hyperconverged infrastructure is a solid step in the right direction.
Hyperconverged infrastructure can provide businesses with significantly increased efficiency, specifically operational efficiency. For example, according to a report from IDC, businesses who implemented hyperconverged infrastructure realized an 81 percent increase in time spent on new projects and innovation. Additionally, these businesses also saw a 33 percent increase in budget spent on new technology projects and purchases after implementing hyperconverged infrastructure. It is not a case of doing less – it is doing less just “keeping the lights on,” while at the same time, delivering more value to the business.
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Via the fine folks at HP Enterprise.