Modern Mission Critical Computing

 Author(s): , Posted on December 17th, 2014

In the past “mission critical” meant reliable, available, scalable and secure. New trends such as consumerization, cloud, analytics, mobility and social media have added a whole new dimension. The end user of today expects – rather, demands – the same flexibility and experience with technology that they are accustomed to in their personal lives. And, organizations realize that users have the greatest impact on enterprise performance and are essential to mission critical performance.

Smart, real-time, relevant and personal-these are the keywords that define modern mission critical and technology service providers need to evolve in order to support this transformation. Laura Osburnsen, VP of Marketing at Unisys shares her views on mission critical computing in the digital age and what it takes to get there in this engaging podcast, Modern Mission Critical Computing.

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