C&G Technologies, Inc.
Across the board, organizations have spent the last few decades increasing their use of IT to support business operations, including server services. This has led to more business applications, increased enterprise email capabilities, greater automation, and more access to data and the internet, from inside and outside the office.
While this has been necessary, it has also been taxing. In order to keep up with increasing business demands and emerging technologies, many organizations have found that they need to incorporate greater capacity, but doing so leaves them laden with complex, sprawling IT infrastructures that they don’t know how to maintain. To complicate matters, management costs have increased while server utilization rates have fallen, and additional mergers and acquisitions have contributed to the complexity of the problem.
Fortunately, many organizations are now attempting to regain control of their server infrastructures, but they still face the reality that their existing system’s complexity makes it difficult for them to adapt to changing business conditions. As a result, many companies recognize a great need to simplify and optimize technology environments in order to:
• Reduce costs
• Achieve business innovation initiatives
• Improve applications and network service levels
• Deploy new applications and technologies quickly
• Save money
• Streamline mergers and acquisitions
• Address compliance regarding corporate policies and governmental regulations
• Manage business growth and development