It's not about how strong or big your server is, it's all about how you use it!
As business data volumes continue to grow exponentially, savvy businesses know that leveraging the information effectively can help to increase competitiveness significantly. But IT architects also know that managing data effectively requires custom-built servers and storage technology that can address the specific workloads and unique needs of the organization. The cost to custom build server and storage hardware, however, has often been a hindrance, causing many companies to opt for prepackaged solutions that don’t truly serve their needs. Traditionally, for many IT teams, prepackaged solutions from major manufacturers seemed like the only option for managing the explosive growth of data with IT budgets that were fairly flat. While these off-the-shelf technologies weren’t ideally suited to the data needs of the organization, they were often the most economical option.
There’s one question that IT architects tasked with managing growing data volumes must constantly ask: are we achieving time to insight as fast, or faster than our competitors? If the answer is no, it’s time to reevaluate existing data storage and server technology. When building a server everything depends on what the server is being used for and our first task at hand is understanding what the client is going to do with it. It does not make sense in spending $50,000 making a server that is not going to be used to its full potential. When choosing custom-built server and storage devices, an IT team can procure technology that is better aligned with the needs of particular applications, workloads, and system environments, enabling the organization to better manage, secure, analyze and deliver data. We are here to provide you with a solution that is both scalable and fits your need without breaking your bank.