As businesses grow and cloud capabilities expand, the focus is shifting to an operations approach that harnesses the cloud’s ability to improve disaster recovery, development and testing, application delivery and virtualized desktop environments.

Aggregating your data center to a cloud solution gives you a few, broad-reaching benefits. Most importantly, it creates a nimble organization. But beyond agility, aggregation also eliminates having to rely on locally deployed and managed hardware while reducing redundancy across your infrastructure. Aggregation also gives you the ability to:

  • Install on-demand self-service and measured services
  • Increase broad network access
  • Enable resource pooling and rapid elasticity

From implementing disaster recovery, to mobilizing apps, streamlining software testing and developments, the key to keeping up with a frenetic pace of innovation is speed and agility. Essentially, you want faster development, deployment and quicker to market. Aggregation does all that without the burden of large capital budgets or over taxing your IT staff.

But that’s just the start. In a business environment where, on average, 150 applications or more are now considered critical, organizations that deploy Disaster Recover as a Service (DRaaS) can stay open and available even in the event of a disaster.

From more reach to greater agility, find out how aggregating all of your services into one comprehensive solution can help you cover a lot of ground – quickly.

Curious to learn more about aggregated services? Check out how three companies harnessed the power of IT aggregation to free up their staff to focus on initiatives that drive business.

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