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The Complexities Of The Enterprise Infrastructure
The foundation of every business – their systems and capabilities – needs to be reliable and scalable to allow for growth and flexibility as the business changes. And with the convergence of server, storage, and network, there are more options than ever. Layered services, like infrastructure as a service (IaaS), cloud, virtualization, and mobility, contribute to new complexities.
The Critical Role Of IT Architects
In order to select the most efficient strategies and critical spends, IT architects must ask the right questions. Companies rely on their architects to make smart decisions on various products and services that will take their business to the next level. IT architects needs to be able to explain the infrastructure complexities in a manner that makes sense to business executives.
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IT architects and tech-savvy business managers depend on Network Computing to help them connect the dots between the architectural approach and how technology impacts the network.
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Network Computing is lead by Andrew Conry-Murray and joined by a number of contributors who are active IT professionals.
Since 2000, Andrew has been covering information technology news. His award-winning coverage include networking, data centers, virtualization, storage and security. He is also the author of “The Symantec Guide to Home Internet Security” – a book designed to help nontechnical computer users protect themselves from Internet threats.
- Lee H. Badman: Network Engineer and Wireless Technical Lead for a large private university
- Howard Marks: chief scientist at Networks Are Our Lives Inc
- Joe Onisick: founder of Define the Cloud and a Technical Solutions Architect at a large systems integrator
- Greg Ferro: freelance consultant for F100 companies in the UK focusing on data centers, security and operational automation
- Ethan Banks: A network engineer with deep expertise in switching, routing and cutting-edge network technologies
- Ken Miller: A designer of mission-critical data center facilities and expert on data center power and cooling