How to build IT infrastructure for your business, and how much you should spend

There are now more IT infrastructure options on the market than ever before, so it's little wonder managers are finding it difficult to decide which choices to make for their business.

Finding the right balance between solutions that are either flexible or rigid and adaptable or secure has become a mammoth task, one that is often left to professionals who speak the language of computers but may not do well explaining it.

Breaking down the term 'IT infrastructure' refers to what kind of technology a business uses to operate and scale. It includes internet connectivity, data storage, workflow solutions, hardware and more.

Businesses may seek to upgrade their IT for several reasons, including when the existing infrastructure is nearing expiry or has failed in some way, when there has been a security related event or when the budget has changed.

Business News Australia spoke to the business computing experts at IT Leaders about the key things to consider when upgrading IT infrastructure. Here is their ultimate guide. Read more

Paris Faint and Scott Jones - Business News Australia - 29 Mar 2018

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