- Reducing operational costs
- Managing multi-vendor networks
- Improving business efficiency
- Green IT
- Finance and insurance
- Public Sector
- Small and medium companies
- International Business
- Unified communications
- IT Security
- Contact centre
- Data Centres
- Physical Security
Data Centre Consolidation
Manageable, cost-effective, consolidated environments
Organisations typically develop in an unstructured way, acquiring new facilities and equipment through mergers, acquisitions and restructuring. This can result in a complex ICT infrastructure which is difficult to manage and often contains under-utilised equipment. Multiple distributed Data Centres are generally also costly to run and environmentally inefficient - each requiring its own power, cooling, lighting, security and infrastructure arrangements, duplicating both capital and operating expenditure.
NextiraOne creates end-to-end consolidated Data Centre solutions making full use of virtualislaisation technologies for public sector organisations and businesses across Europe – building sustainable environments that are more cost-effective and simpler to manage.
Our experts can help you to examine your current working practices and user demands, audit your systems and develop an effective Data Centre strategy. Our services cover the design, planning and implementation of your Data Centre, including all aspects of network architecture, connectivity, integration and migration, as well as ongoing support and managed services.
NextiraOne’s Data Centre consolidation approach can help you build effective solutions to provide all your network and user services and applications from one or more centralised locations, bringing significant benefits to the business. As well as greater operational cost control, it can also help reduce future investment costs and enable you to improve your carbon footprint by reducing energy consumption. It also supports the introduction of improved technical and physical security procedures, creating a reliable platform for collaborative applications such as Unified Communications.