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HPE is transforming the data management experience

Before the pandemic upended life as we know it, workplace modernization was all about “more.” Corporate IT leaders went off in search of more everything – more devices, more apps, and more capabilities, hoping to make their places of business as productive as possible.

Now, though, the “place of business” is entirely different, with remote and hybrid workers often running the show. More IT in the workplace isn’t necessarily better. What people value now are flexibility and simplicity.

Organizations everywhere are in the midst of a digital transformation. They’re looking for ways they can take their old legacy solutions and upgrade to streamlined modern technology that’s a better fit for the ways people work nowadays.

One place they can do this is in the data center. Many IT leaders feel married to the data center solutions they have – after all, change can be scary. But the truth is, traditional data centers are often too complex, too difficult, and too inefficient to meet the demands of the modern workforce. Ideally, organizations today would be able to find a new way of managing data that’s up to the challenges of today.

HPE, with an assist from Zones, are out to achieve this goal. Here’s how HPE looks at it: They understand that managing an on-premises VDI environment presents challenges. There’s performance, user experience, cost, complexity, and more. That’s why, with HPE GreenLake Hybrid Cloud IT as a Service, they deliver the best of both worlds – you get all the benefits of a cloud experience, but in an on-premises setting.

With HPE, what you get is a truly intelligent data platform. HPE Alletra is offered as a service through HPE GreenLake, and Alletra is everything you need to tackle today’s data challenges. It’s AI-driven, built for the cloud, and responsive to your needs. As you go about navigating these difficult times – trying to run a wide range of applications, maximize agility, and give everyone the access they need – GreenLake and Alletra can make life easier.

What we’re really talking about here is transforming the data experience. In this day and age, with so many people thinking outside the traditional workplace setting, it’s important to have a data approach that accounts for that. This means eliminating the silos and complexity across all of your data and infrastructure options, and adopting a new data architecture entirely. And for that, we recommend Unified DataOps as a Service, via HPE GreenLake. This solution represents the ultimate in simplification – HPE handles the day-to-day data center management, and you can focus on running your business effectively.

With HPE and Zones both by your side, you can truly build a future-ready data center. We’ll show you everything that Unified DataOps has to offer – and our squad of data center specialists will work with your IT team to design and implement an infrastructure that’s a perfect fit for your needs, from end to end. We have a team of experts who are ready to get down to business, working with you to help you overcome your IT challenges. And plus, we’re offering great deals right now, like a 90-day payment deferral or 36 months of 0% financing through HPE Financial Services. To get started on this journey, connect with us today.

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