Why Hyperconvergence is Moving to the Head of the Class
K-12 IT are migrating over to new systems with little interruption to learning. Entire district data centers are being replaced, and new disaster recovery sites are being easily created.
Hyperconverged infrastructure, or HCI, adoption is projected to climb by as much as 70 percent in the coming years. Why? With hyperconvergence, it’s easy for schools to scale up and bring new nodes into their environments without causing pain points. A server reboot can take 20 seconds—or less—as opposed to 20 minutes . Backups that used to take hours now take mere seconds. And systems can be controlled through single-pane-of-glass management.
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