The software-centric evolution of the IT function

Supplied by Fluke Networks on Friday, 29 May, 2015


Mounting pressure on IT departments to align with the business, be more agile and continually cut costs is fundamentally changing the way IT needs to function.

Traditional, hardware-centric IT infrastructure can be both expensive and slow to respond to new business environments, creating a need to move to a software-centric IT function taking advantage of new technologies such as software-defined networking (SDN).


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