The digital infrastructure of an enterprise can be as simple as an old PC connected to a network. Or it can include thousands of workstations and servers connected to numerous data centers and cloud services.
Depending on the complexity of the enterprise business processes, the IT infrastructure may include personal workstations and office equipment; file servers and data centers; wireless networks and structured cabling systems; software and cloud services. It may also contain control, access, and video surveillance devices.
No matter its size and structure, IT infrastructure performs the basic functions and business processes of an enterprise. The key question is whether it performs those tasks efficiently.
Infrastructure efficiency depends on several factors. These include engineering solutions, the chosen vendors, and the technologies used in design and installation. FTL’s specialists always focus on the needs of each business. As a result, custom systems we’re building optimize work processes, enhance efficiency, accelerate interaction, protect critical data, and ensure fault tolerance.