As we all know, the technology that is used both in normal life and in IT is changing at an incredibly quick pace. From the rapid adoption of Mac and Linux machines, the cloud, smart phones, and WiFi, the tech landscape is unrecognizable from what it was only years ago. Sometimes with all of this change happening in so many different areas, it can be difficult to keep up with the state of the industry. What kind of web applications are best to use now? Should I implement cloud infrastructure? Which systems can I implement into my organization? There are many questions that IT admins need to stay on top of. So, what does the modern IT infrastructure look like?
The Current State of the IT Landscape
To help IT admins keep up with what the modern IT infrastructure looks like, we put together a white paper that details out many of the different aspects. This includes the devices in use, the cloud infrastructure, productivity platforms, web applications, WiFi networks, storage systems, and more. There are many common solutions and best practices in each of these fields that are covered, and after reading you will be able to better assess your needs and some of the potential routes that you have available. You can find the white paper “Modern IT Infrastructure” by clicking on the image below (part of the Microsoft-less Enterprise series).
IT is moving towards being fast, mobile, and lightweight. This white paper helps demonstrate what a setup that fits that criteria looks like, and why they are essential to the thriving companies today.
More on Modern IT, and How to Manage it
If you would like to learn more about what the current state of IT looks like, feel free to reach out to us. We would be happy to answer any questions you may have, and help you set your organization up for success with innovative tools.
Now that you have a better understanding of what the modern IT environment looks like, the next step in the process is learning about how to manage it. As most IT admins know, it is no easy task. To have an environment that can handle all of these different moving tools can take an incredible amount of time and effort. Fortunately, there is a new solution that makes it a little easier. Check it out in our next installment of the series, “Managing the Modern IT Environment.”