Published/updated: June 2010
By Jon Collins
IT infrastructure is often presented in a way that is more relevant to the largest organizations with the biggest wallets. But if your business isn’t operating at ‘enterprise scale’, how can you think about infrastructure in order to make the most of new developments and build a platform for the future?
In this workshop digest, we review what matters and what doesn’t for non-enterprise companies as they look at moving their IT infrastructures forward. We cover how to understand the services you are trying to deliver based on the IT you have in place, as well as balancing investment trade-offs and managing the resulting environment. If you’re in a company that doesn’t fit the enterprise mould and you want something more relevant to your own needs, read on.
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