As businesses continue to digitise, move IT infrastructure to the cloud and invest in emerging technologies, there is huge pressure to build professional network infrastructures. Secure and scaleable that support digital business models, at a cost-effective rate.
Nowadays, each user connects to the network using multiple devices such as laptops, phones and tablets. Therefore, the IT infrastructure has to be available 24/7 with fast speed and have enough capacity to support a higher number of devices.
As data storage and management becomes more digitized, IT Infrastructure is moving towards the cloud. The ability to host on a server and is a platform for cloud computing, Infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) and Platform-as-a-service (Paas) are all different models of how companies can choose to go with their IT road map. A Private or Public Cloud with something like Microsoft’s Azure, Amazon’s AWS, or Google’s Cloud
We can expect to see the IT networking landscape continue to develop and adapt to keep up with business and market demands. Understanding these trends can help businesses stay competitive and relevant in today’s business world. This will allow the company to better prepare themselves for the increasing expectations that are assigned to the network, get the most out of its current technologies and make the right technological investments moving forward.