IT Hardware develops a robust and competitive IT infrastructure

The success of any company in the modern economy requires a great receptivity to market changes and the ability to adapt intelligently to the profile, perpetually updated, customer demand. Agile companies, which have the ability to quickly redefine their strategies, will be able to successfully respond to all requests. Competitive IT infrastructure is the foundation of this profitable mobility.

The essential points in the development of a balanced IT infrastructure

The IT platform must provide the basis for all IT solutions, present and future. Once a platform is adopted, changing it can be very costly.

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The choice of platform is essential and will immediately influence the quality of services performed.

What to look for?

  • Flexibility - Represents the quality of adaptation to new technologies as they gain credibility. An optimal platform must resonate with the latest technological innovations, with the ultimate goal of always adapting the functionality of the proposed services.
  • Scalability - The platform you choose must allow for easy expansion of infrastructure, in proportion to business growth.
  • Robustness - It is the guarantee of the stability, availability and security of the information system. Lack of them can cause significant losses.
  • Ease of operation - Productivity and training costs depend primarily on this aspect. By following it, you will more easily find qualified staff both for the use of computers and for the administration of the network.
  • Administration - Administration and configuration, according to a centralized pattern, significantly reduce operating costs.
  • Time required for implementation - The faster you can implement IT solutions, the more benefits you will get and the easier it will be to recover your investments.
  • Available applications - Make sure that you operate applications suitable for the platform in question, with the clear intention of guaranteeing functionality.
  • Compatibility - It is the determining aspect for a fast and incident-free migration. The possibility of incorporating the old IT infrastructure saves the investments already made.

TCO – Total Cost of Ownership in infrastructura IT

The TCO concept – the total cost of ownership – is intensely circulated in correlation with IT systems. When we buy an equipment, system or machine, we do not think only about the purchase price. There are additional factors that add additional costs after purchase. The efficiency of the investment is calculated according to the TCO, not only according to the initial cost of the acquisition.

In case of investments in IT, it is good to take into account:


Who puts a product into operation after purchase? It must be installed and configured. How many companies or market specialists can help me? With what financial effort? How long will I recover the investment? What happens if something goes wrong?


How many employees have the necessary training to exploit the solution? How much would the training cost? Is the solution familiar enough and easy to exploit? Can I easily find qualified staff?

The choice of platform is essential and will immediately influence the quality of services performed.


Downtime prevents the return on investment and can bring other costs.


Poor security makes us vulnerable to a whole series of problems, which ultimately translate into unforeseen costs.


How can I keep everything up to date so that life can be extended? What would be the costs?


Can I capitalize on the investments already made with the new solution? How much will it cost me to add new features in the future? Are there engineers in the market to help me in this case?

The solutions we offer to develop an optimal IT infrastructure are economical, secure and in line with the rapid change of business objectives. Mobile technology and the explosion of information trends are fundamentally changing the expectations and roles of IT infrastructure chips. Sixty percent of the costs are dedicated to operations in this area. Planning and controlling these expenditures is a major challenge in the process of continuously adapting to new IT infrastructure standards.