Evolving The Datacenter Sale

COVID-19 has crippled all aspects of our society and the IT marketplace is no different.


Gartner says that worldwide IT spending in 2020 will reach $3.4 trillion in 2020, which is an 8 percent decline from 2019. Data center systems spending is expected to drop 9.7 percent this year as well.

You would think that in a time when everyone is working remotely that IT spending would increase, but consider this quote from a Gartner analyst, “CIOs have moved into emergency cost optimization, which means that investments will be minimized and prioritized on operations that keep the business running, which will be the top priority for most organizations through 2020.”

This has forced IT operations to focus most on business resiliency, but what does the data center need to keep the business running?

• Built-in backup and disaster recovery
• The ability to safely work from anywhere
• Protection from ransomware and other cyberthreats
• Advanced backup and cloud storage

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