Until date, investment criteria for digital infrastructure assets have emphasised datacenter uniformity. One of the main advantages is that it allows people and processes to scale and become more efficient while eliminating technological drag.
A new methodology is required for digital transformation and the resulting infrastructure investment strategy. Divergent workload demands a departure from uniformity and a one-size-fits-all strategy. This transition allows IT departments to investigate newer platforms and systems for their computing, storage, and networking requirements.
“Digitally determined” firms, according to IDC, are those who have a vision and plan for digital transformation and are further advanced in achieving it. Key choices are made solely based on insights derived through timely analysis of multiple data sources, which are patched together using multiple artificial intelligence, machine learning, and analytics technologies.
Data and infrastructure security is the primary IT infrastructure-related expenditure that firms undertake to preserve the value of digital assets.