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How a Software-Defined Data Center Can Benefit Your Campus

on June 20, 2014
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Higher education CIOs are struggling with rigid data center infrastructures that aren’t scalable, function below capacity and fail to meet the needs of faculty, students and staff. Read this issue brief to learn how a software-defined data center provides IT departments with a viable way to maximize performance, availability, security and compliance in an era of cloud computing and virtualization.

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