Your traditional IT infrastructure may not meet the demands of your digital future.
And you can’t just switch off the old and start again. But what if you could evolve your existing estate?
The first stage of this evolution should be to consolidate and optimise your existing IT. This impacts your entire infrastructure, so you need to transform everything from your network, to your data centre services, to your contact centre services.
A holistic approach, coupled with new technology, cloud and network services, helps you deliver this change while reducing your overall IT costs.
SD-WAN services can be used to simplify and optimise a network solution which uses the lowest cost network providers. The latest cloud services can help reduce your number of data centres and also reduce costs. And application services can improve your performance and reduce the amount of bandwidth you need. You can also reduce spending by simplifying your contact centres with integrated communications.
SD-WAN and SASE
Create a flexible, agile, and secure network for your business with managed SD-WAN solutions and software from BT.
Benefit from the agility and automation of a public cloud as well as the security and performance of a private data centre with a private cloud solution from BT.
Deliver and control your network functions centrally
Virtual Network Functions can provide a simple, flexible and agile solution that delivers quick deployment from anywhere.
Enhance your contact centre with collaboration services
Integrate your contact centre and collaboration services to deliver a better agent and customer experience.
Further insightsWant to dive even deeper? We've curated a selection of expert analysis and opinion, together with relevant case studies, whitepapers, articles and blogs.
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