The need for organizations to move their businesses towards the digital future for both customers and internal staff is becoming more and more stringent.
The digital transformation will create an extremely competitive environment providing intelligent insights while using a mixture of AI and cloud.
Traditional O&M cannot bear the high workload
According to Gartner, one of the world’s leading research and advisory companies, the current IT architectures are generating high management and maintenance costs, and they’re mostly funded via the capital budget.
Traditional operations and maintenance (O&M) cannot bear the continually increasing workload, and this makes network Q&M an issue that has to be resolved for the sake of enterprises’ development.
To overcome this flaw, more enterprises shift their focus towards AI using machine learning and cloud algorithms.
Cloud systems are on the top of business’ must-have lists
Gartner reported that 2020 a corporate policy with no cloud will be something as strange as a no Internet policy. By 2019, over 30% of the 100 largest vendors will have already shifted to cloud-only technology.
On the other hand, cloud computing comes with its own challenges, and this means that its adoption is not free of issues.
When deciding to migrate to the cloud, there are a few essential factors that have to be taken into consideration including application’s scalability, compliance concerns, manageability, and security.
Huawei CloudCampus can support organizations
Huawei’s 2017 Global Connectivity Index survey involving 3.000 enterprises from various industries reports that connectivity enables them to break geographical barriers and respond to customer need quicker, leading to enhanced efficiency, productivity, and competitiveness.
Huawei CloudCampus can support organizations to make the best steps into the cloud and being all networks together.
This solution includes programmable switches for enterprises and supports them build future-proof wired/wireless networks for flawless user experience, converged access, automated service provisioning and O&M.
You can read the complete details on Huawei’s Intent-Driven Campus Network on their official website.