ICT convergence means that network, application and infrastructure are no longer separate entities. They are strung together like a pulley system - pull on one strand and the others move and distort. The challenge is finding the balancing point where the three entities work optimally together to support current business requirements, while simultaneously maintaining the ability to support future business needs. SAS was one of the UK’s first Service Providers to anticipate and address these interdependencies and their collective influence over end-user experience.
SAS’s Managed Infrastructure Services are built around the fundamental principle that each application will have its own set of interdependencies. These need to be evaluated and understood so that the enabling technology environment can be shaped to support the application path. In simple terms it means that aspects such as interoperability and interconnectivity between legacy software, hardware, and operating systems must be predicted and overcome; that disaster recovery environments take into account both data and application backup; and that the benefits of new technologies do not increase security risks etc.
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