Recently, we hosted an online panel debate featuring external experts and customers to discuss our report findings and drill down into what business leaders need to do in order to successfully adapt and manage a distributed workforce.
Fujitsu and VMware have implemented a secure and resilient cloud project in just days for healthcare teams in Catalonia. The project gives doctors and nurses continuous remote access to the medical records needed to fight the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic from their homes and other locations.
As workforces become increasingly distributed, and our reliance on modern apps, clouds and new devices increases, organisations need to recognise the expanding role that a modern, transformed network plays in facilitating modern business IT and ensuring end user satisfaction.
The pace of digital transformation has only quickened in recent months. Although each organization will take a unique path, cloud-ready infrastructure has emerged as a common denominator. And while they might not yet leverage multiple cloud platforms, for most organizations, a hybrid cloud approach is the best way to support this likely future state.
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Many organisations and their workforces are now at the crossroads as to what their working practices will look like moving forward. With the anywhere, distributed working model becoming increasingly solidified, does it matter where you work now?
An industry in transition. Digitalization, electric propulsion and connected driving are the major challenges confronting the automotive industry today. The crucial thing now is to seize on the opportunities afforded by these trends.
Gloucestershire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust needed to modernize its data center platform as the first step toward building an electronic patient record system infrastructure. The hospital trust turned to VMware partner LIMA Networks for help.