Business Technology
22:10 25 March 2020
Post by: WBJ

Fujitsu expands its cooperation with Microsoft in field of hybrid IT

Fujitsu expands its cooperation with Microsoft in field of hybrid IT
Source: Pxfuel

As part of work on adapting to the requirements of digital transformation, Fujitsu is developing cooperation with Microsoft, setting directions in the area of ​​disseminating hybrid IT infrastructure.

Fujitsu PRIMEFLEX enables users to easily access data on the Microsoft Azure cloud platform in HCI architecture. Thus, it improves parallel operation in various ecosystems through a synchronized view of files.

“In a hybrid IT environment, not only consistent and efficient management is necessary. Easy access to data on all systems is also key. Thanks to the extension of cooperation with Microsoft, enterprises will receive a comprehensive Fujitsu PRIMEFLEX solution that provides trouble-free access to resources stored on the Microsoft Azure cloud platform. As part of the service, they will also receive additional opportunities in the form of consulting, implementation and technical support,” Rupert Lehner, Head of Central and Eastern Europe & Products Europe, Fujitsu, said.

“Many organizations are trying to integrate their data centers with public cloud services. However, these solutions are often tailor-made and tailored to the individual business needs of customers. Our cooperation with Fujitsu ensures better performance, profitability, and thus greater benefits for enterprises,” Bernardo Caldas, Partner Director of Program Management at Microsoft, added.

(WBJ)

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