4 perks of short server refresh cycles, explained

4 Business and IT Benefits Gained from Shorter Server Refresh Cycles

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While it is best practice to set a standardized hardware refresh cycle, traditional refresh periods were anywhere from five years to a decade in length. But is that enough to keep pace with today’s digital transformation priorities?

In response, many enterprises have narrowed their refresh cycle to three-year increments – and the data is markedly in their favor.

Jump into this report from Forrester to uncover the business and technical benefits that organizations with shorter server refresh cycles have earned, including:

  • Jumps in application performance
  • Increases in system consistency and reliability
  • And more. 

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Vendor:
Dell EMC and Microsoft
Posted:
21 Nov 2019
Published:
21 Nov 2019
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PDF
Length:
1 Page(s)
Type:
White Paper
Language:
English
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