DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION SHIFTS THE IT LANDSCAPE
To digitally transform, organizations must transform their IT. This starts with Infrastructure, as infrastructure enables companies to build and deploy the applications that employees, customers and value chain partners leverage to engage. The proliferation of data, AI, compute, edge computing and mobile are just a few of the technology forces that a company’s infrastructure must support. It’s a tall order, but it is achievable with a well-defined plan and even better execution; especially between line of business and IT, which are too often opposing forces which ironically are aiming at the same target.
RISING EXPECTATIONS FOR IT: ENABLING THE BUSINESS IN A CONSUMER WORLD
Enterprises want that SaaS-like experience, but it must come in an era where no one cloud or application can meet all the needs of the business. Everything must look, feel and be delivered like SaaS. This is the proposition that Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) has committed to achieving by 2022 under the leadership of Antonio Neri. For HPE, delivering today’s SaaS experience in the complex Hybrid IT world of tomorrow is the company’s “why.” Knowing that
“why” has led the company to a new direction that is clearer and more on par with market demands -- and this relentless dedication to achieving this approach is precisely why the company is well positioned to execute on its
vision and achieve market growth in the process.
In this white paper, we will discuss the market forces of today, the consumption models of tomorrow and take a deeper look at the HPE strategy of moving everything to a service model in the next three years.