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How Midsize Enterprises Can Overcome Organizational Opposition to Hyperconvergence

Published: 30 April 2018

ID: G00355908

Analyst(s): Mike Cisek , John McArthur

Summary

Despite demonstrable benefits in terms of management efficiency and agility, many IT teams resist adopting hyperconverged infrastructure. I&O leaders in midsize enterprises must instill the right culture and adapt skill sets to create the conditions for a successful evolution to HCI.

Table Of Contents
  • Key Challenges

Introduction

Analysis

  • Identify Your Organization's Suitability for HCI by First Establishing Existing Skill Sets and Management Priorities
  • "Hyperconverge" Versatilists' Roles and Responsibilities to Align With the Native Capabilities and Requirements of HCI
  • Position the Move to HCI as an Opportunity for Professional Growth and Personal Satisfaction

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