IT Infrastructure & The Need For It
Moore’s Law predicts that the number of transistors fitting on a computer chip will double every one and a half to two years. Therefore, businesses will need a solid IT infrastructure for their business operations.
While some are disinclined to part with their old machines, the new thin client devices that work with the virtualization model have become the norm. IT infrastructure includes investments in hardware, software, and services. A firm’s structure provides the foundation for serving customers, working with vendors, and managing internal firm business processes.
Organizations today is an outgrowth of more than 50 years of evolution in computing platforms. The key to success in today’s international market is to make advances in data management, analytics, and robust integration among enterprise applications. The competent IT strategy to invest in cloud computing has the most significant potential to fuel economic transformation. The interactive dashboards help the executives to make strategic decisions.
Technological change is creating space for less developed markets to leapfrog mature markets. Data and analytics (D&A) are translating the voices in the street into usable, reliable information about the public’s expectations. Finding that balance will require governments to be better informed, more forward-looking and consultative.