It’s remarkable how often IT projects get out of control. Various studies show that more than 34% of all IT projects in the private sector fail in terms of costs, deadlines or acceptance of the final results. Especially projects regarding the implementation of documentation and management software are doomed to fail according to these surveys. Thus it’s true, that more than 30% of IT projects in the private sector cause higher costs than planned. And as the additional costs lay between 10% and 20%, we’re not talking about a few more pennies to spend.
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In the first half of this two-part interview, FNT Software’s CTO Horst Haag and CMO Eric Brabänder discussed the implications, challenges, and adjustments that enterprise organizations across all industries will have to address in order to keep pace with digital transformation. Today, they explore these changes in-depth and highlight the innovative solutions FNT Software offers to help enterprises and service providers keep pace with IT change.
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As a Senior Consultant and Solutions Architect at FNT Software, Daria Batrakova builds networks for clients all across the globe. Working with a broad array of telecommunications (telco) providers, Daria has a unique perspective on network buildouts and deployments as well as the business and technology drivers that influence infrastructure, applications and services (and vice versa). We recently sat down with Daria to learn about her insights and how the telco business is evolving.
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We are headed to Nice (France) to participate in the TM Forum Live! (May 09-12) event at the Acropolis Convention Center. We look forward to presenting our solutions around telecommunication infrastructure management, IT transformation, virtualization with SDN/NFV and smart city technologies to more than 3,500 delegates from all over the world. Meet the team and find and win the FNT frog at our booth.
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FNT Software was founded in 1994. Since then FNT’s has become a leading provider of integrated software solutions for IT management, data center infrastructure management and telecommunication infrastructure management worldwide. FNT’s customer base now includes more than 500 customers with a wide range of well-known organizations varying from the automotive industry to airports to telecommunications and IT service providers.
One of FNT’s founders is current CEO Nikolaus Albrecht. We recently sat down with Nikolaus to discuss his thoughts, perspective, and vision on FNT Software’s growth opportunities and market differentiation.
Where are the growth opportunities for FNT Software? Are there any specific market sectors or use cases you plan to focus on?
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After briefing Gartner Analysts (April Adams, David J. Cappuccio, Jay E. Pultz, Neha Kumar, Tiny Haynes), FNT was featured in their report titled “Critical Capabilities for Data Center Infrastructure Management Tools.” Continue reading “Gartner Critical Capability Analysis for DCIM tools”
We are headed to New York City to participate in the DatacenterDynamics Enterprise (April 19-20) event at the Marriott Marquis. We look forward to presenting our solutions to the 2,000+ data center professionals instrumental in keeping the digital world up and running. Meet the FNT team at DCD in New York City next week…
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Over recent years the digital economy has generated an irresistible demand for more and more IT capability. Whether it’s for customer data analytics, media storage and manipulation or simply faster and faster processing of company data, every enterprise recognizes the over-arching importance of securing cost-effective and rapidly scalable IT capability. Most companies recognize that the most sensible corporate IT solution to this exponentially growing demand involves operating some sort of hybrid public cloud / private IT strategy. The public cloud portion certainly offers an alternative to in-house data centers, but security concerns and shareholder paranoia tends to restrict the use of public cloud to a limited subset of functions, leaving ‘private’ in-house IT responsible for the remainder of the demand. The ‘realpolitik’ of IT is that most enterprises find it easier, or just more reassuring, to have full control over what they consider to be mission-critical applications, data and network administration. But, private infrastructure does not necessarily require private facilities, and over recent years, colocation has emerged as the solution of choice. Continue reading “Moving from ‘Dumb’ Colocation to ‘Smart’ Colo”
FNT’s last big customer congress event was NetWork14, which was held in April 2014. This was a big success with around 320 participants and received positive feedback from all participants. Since then, FNT has released many new products and innovations that are currently available for customers and users. Besides these new products, FNT’s Research and Development (R&D) team has developed some very exciting new product ideas and innovations that will be presented during NetWork16 April 26-27, 2016. We are sure that some of the innovation products will be game-changing and open your mind to new ideas how to manage your data center in the future.
FNT is preparing a big exhibition booth to showcase many new products and innovations. Here’s a teaser of what you can expect at NetWork16 in Leipzig this year: Continue reading “Innovations at NetWork16 – Highlights you must see during NetWork16”
When I travel I sometimes find time to view one or more of the many short presentations available through the Ted.com universe. What a great concept of providing these short insights through an easy-to-access (even offline while in-air) interface. While obviously not all presentations catch my interest, most are actually quite good and some even mind-blowing. Continue reading “What Data Center Managers can learn from Amazon’s failure and Netflix’s success”