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Ask JoAnn JoAnn Catcott, Enterprise Architect Manager

IT is just an acronym until you have a plan.

In today's datacenter there is constant effort to maintain and refresh existing infrastructure while at the same time pursuing new projects, proof-of-concepts and evaluations of new technology. All of these activities bring about changes to the environment. M2's technical support can help. M2's technical support organization includes Enterprise Architects who can help with:

  • understanding the technology
  • outlining alternatives
  • identifying issues that may impact your environment
  • proof-of-concepts
  • architecting the final solution
  • solution physical and logical diagrams
  • competitive analysis
  • providing the necessary part numbers for all of the supported vendors

M2's Enterprise Architects help clients see the whole picture, defining needs and making sure that what is ordered is what is needed. All of these services are provided in a timely fashion - unmatched by other vendors.

Implementation success or failure can be the result of having the right resources at the right time. If your project requires help during the implementation process, M2 has technical support available. From standard vendor implementation services to projects with a wider scope that require defined statements of work, M2 philosophy…Plan your work, work your plan.

  • Case Study

    Customer Service

    Client: Navy Medical
    Issue: Storage Consolidation Project

    "I've listened to several presentations from various vendors regarding our Storage Infrastructure requirements; but M2's proposal yesterday blew everyone else’s proposal out of the water."
  • Technology Feature

    Mission Critical Matters

    Federal agency data centers are approaching capacity. Yet by 2015, agencies will have nearly 40% fewer data centers to do nearly 40% more work. Adding capacity is infinitely more difficult than just flipping a switch. Training and security are significant barriers along with the mandate for Always-On resilience…mission critical matters.

    • Integrity Systems - application-tiering and transaction processing to enterprise databases and larger mission-critical workloads
    • ProLiant industry standard (x86) servers - data intensive enterprise workloads, including business processing and decision support
    • Storage - bulletproof data protection
    • Networking - secured, managed, deployed and expanded
    • HP UX - a rock-solid UNIX® operating environment to help lower costs and carry you for another decade
    • Converged Infrastructures - consolidate applications on a common platform with the flexibility to scale resources to meet any workload demand

    For more detail on HP Mission Critical solutions, visit http://www.itmissioncritical.com/m2