Vendor-Neutral Technology Workshops – Validating Infrastructure Decisions

Posted by Dustin Smith, Chief Technologist
January 12, 2015

As you know, in a volatile and changeable industry like IT, getting reliable and vendor-neutral answers to your questions can be a challenge. Technology vendor will often tell you their solution fits like a glove; but does it?

At ASG, we provide technology consulting that’s designed around your IT challenges—not a specific product or vendor solution set. We offer true, vendor-neutral validation of infrastructure and best practices across specific data center challenges, including data hydraulics, unified computing, maintenance contracts, and application mapping. Our engineering expertise runs deep, and it’s available to help you solve your IT needs.

Technology workshops are one of the ways we help our clients. Our workshops begin with a simple business dialogue surrounding a technical issue or problem you’re currently facing or a problem you expect to arise in the future. It’s your opportunity to ask questions, get answers, share knowledge, and collaborate with your peers. These instructive workshops not only provide your organization with timely and cost-saving information, they also become a great discussion forum for IT planning. (Plus, there’s no obligation and no cost to you.)

Check out the short technology workshop overview video below featuring our own Dusty Smith, VP of Systems Architecture here at ASG.

About Dustin Smith Throughout his twenty-year career, Dustin Smith has specialized in designing enterprise architectural solutions. As the Chief Technologist, Dustin is responsible for the strategic direction of aligning the company’s growing consulting services with the client challenges he finds in the field, and he works closely with his regional architects to design new programs to address these issues.

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