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New Frost & Sullivan White Paper: Galvanize Your Hybrid IT

Nadia Tuffaha, Content Marketing Manager
October 18, 2016

As business functions across industries and geographies become more digitally demanding, enterprise IT leaders are seeking solutions that offer more responsiveness and agility. For the vast majority, that means employing some form of hybrid IT

For many, the greatest challenge lies in finding a solution that can unify all the various component parts of the IT ecosystem into one coherent unit. With services and infrastructures necessarily coming from various places, seamless integration is often priority number one.

In the new white paper, “Not Your Grandfather’s Colo: Galvanize Your Hybrid IT Strategy With the Right Colocation Service Provider,” Frost & Sullivan detail why your business should adopt a hybrid IT strategy and how colocation is a crucial part of it.

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