Wednesday, October 14, 2009

Five Steps to Successful IT Consolidation

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Successful IT Consolidation

More and more enterprise IT and business leaders are making the strategic decision to consolidate much of their remote site IT infrastructure into central data centers. Unfortunately, many of these types of consolidation projects are fraught with technical, organization, and implementation challenges that require a well thought out strategy.

Discover the 5 step approach to making sure that every consolidation project is as successful as possible.

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