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APC and HPE are teaming up to transform your data center

It should come as no surprise to anyone that many companies are making data center transformation a priority in 2020. The incentive is clear – with a state-of-the-art data center, an organization has unlimited potential to increase productivity and achieve at a higher level.

But providing the necessary technical support for this sort of initiative is never easy. Revamping your data center requires compatible physical infrastructure solutions that are integrated, pre-engineered, and pre-validated to meet your IT needs. To do the job cost-effectively, you need to minimize time to market and cut change management costs as much as possible.

To help companies everywhere achieve this goal, APC is partnering with HPE to deliver clients the infrastructure they need. APC is a world-class manufacturer of power supplies, electronics peripherals, and other data center-related products, and HPE is at the forefront of designing the data center technologies of the future. Together, the two can offer the world everything they need to ensure simple, smooth, efficient deployment of new data infrastructures.

When you implement APC’s technologies and HPE’s together, the result is a sense of complete control over your IT environment. HPE has all the hardware you need to retool your data center – and APC offers management tools that seamlessly integrate with that hardware. This makes it easier to manage your IT both in-house and remotely, which should lead to reduced staffing needs and lower costs overall. Whether you’re running a small in-house operation or a sprawling organization with offices scattered all over the world, you’ll have the technology you need either way.

Today’s business world is hyper-connected and moves at an incredibly fast pace. This brings a lot of potential – but it also brings uncertainty. There are many cyberthreats out there lurking, not to mention the possibility of simple human error that could derail your company’s operations. And even a small disruption to business continuity could be devastating. But with APC on your side, you’ll have at least one element that’s steadily reliable. The company has a proven track record of delivering integrated solutions that make digital transformation a foolproof process.

Overall, what you get is the total package. It’s a complete physical data infrastructure; it’s an all-encompassing suite of software tools. It’s also a single, secure, self-contained enclosure that will empower all the architectures, both converged and hyperconverged, that drive your business. You’ll have a solution that’s pre-tested, pre-optimized, and ready to be deployed at a moment’s notice.

You’ve got another trusty business partner in your corner through all of this, and that’s Zones. At Zones, we understand fully that your data, and having connectivity to that data, are absolutely crucial to your company’s success. That’s why we’re committed to delivering all the technology you need to stay constantly connected, from full-on complete data centers to the power supplies and backup batteries they run on. On top of that, we can give you all the service you need to manage your IT infrastructure and deal with any unexpected issues that come up along the way.

Curious about how data center technologies from APC and Zones can transform your business? We have plenty more information for you – read on.

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