Lately, it seems that digital transformation has become a term that is used pretty liberally as a convenient phrase for justifying a technology conversation. So what does digital transformation actually mean? We see it as an optimization of technologies that is process driven, automated, and has autonomous independence. This is disrupting the traditional blocks of infrastructure in the modern data center.
During the early stages of our “Information Age,” we have taken the easy elements of capturing and processing data and coined the term “computerization.” Now we’re moving out of the industrial era of building physical things for computerization into an era of describing things. The last 65 years have been spent creating the physical infrastructure on which we can run the digital technology of today.