Historically, enterprises built and managed network infrastructures on premise. With changing market dynamics and rapid digital innovations, onsite networks have become costly, time intensive and less adaptable to keep pace, and do not have best practice security postures in place, creating risk. Aging hardware and complex software requires constant, Highly-skilled care to manage, update, scale, configure, migrate or put to rest, plus large capital and operating expenses to maintain each year.
Facing increased pressure to reduce IT costs and improve performance, enterprise management faces greater challenges than ever.
Most organizations have developed hybrid and multi-cloud strategies to move critical applications and workloads to the cloud, while keeping sensitive data and access on-prem, to improve efficiencies, increase flexibility and control operational costs. Cloud strategies are critical and implementations are often complex, driven in large part by fears of quality, visibility, compliance, security and lack of control by enterprise IT leaders. You can help reduce these fears, and reduce risk, by selling your customers the critical network link between their business and essential cloud resources. Looking further, you can layer on additional vital IT services to help their Hybrid Cloud project thrive.