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A Computer Weekly Buyer's Guide to Converged Infrastructure

Hyperconverged platforms allow you to turn out digital products faster while streamlining your expansion, provisioning and management tasks.

In this 13-page buyer’s guide, Computer Weekly shares:

  • Tips for IT leaders planning to consolidate their IT components into a single, centrally managed platform
  • What data center experts must do to stay relevant
  • How to yield the benefits of CI and take care in balancing risk and in implementations.

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