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How to Spring Clean Tech Profiles for Better Organization Management

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    With time-savings realized, audits performed, performance challenges addressed and analytics in place, you might think the job of an IT leader is complete. However, that is far from the truth. Ongoing assessment of new technologies — such as flash storage, hyperconverged infrastructures and software-defined data centers — will become more important as the IT executive and his team are freed from daily fire drills.

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How to Spring Clean Tech Profiles for Better Organization Management

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    With time-savings realized, audits performed, performance challenges addressed and analytics in place, you might think the job of an IT leader is complete. However, that is far from the truth. Ongoing assessment of new technologies — such as flash storage, hyperconverged infrastructures and software-defined data centers — will become more important as the IT executive and his team are freed from daily fire drills.

IT infrastructures are growing increasingly complex; this idea is nothing new. There are well-known reasons behind this, including more end users, expanding data volume across more devices, and a multitude of customer-facing applications and systems. Businesses are trying to leverage a combination of virtualization and cloud environments to gain the right level of flexibility, efficiency and speed, but the roadmap is also creating IT management headaches.

As organizations attempt to strike the proper balance between new and developing technologies, they come across fresh obstacles at every turn. Which application workloads belong in which environments? What kind of experience will this change result in for my customers? How can I ensure my IT performance teams are reaching maximum productivity with minimum troubleshooting? These are questions that only become more difficult to answer as heterogeneous application infrastructures take shape. John Gentry, vice president of marketing and alliances, Virtual Instruments, has identified five challenges and tips that are crucial for organizations to consider as they work to guarantee optimal output.