Summary: Relocated Into New Data Center and Tripled Coverage of Disruption / Recovery Scenarios
Bemis (NYSE: BMS), a global Fortune 1,000 supplier of flexible packaging solutions used by leading food, consumer products, healthcare and other companies, is used to big challenges. However, when the company decided to move their data center in 2014, managers realized they needed to move swiftly and broadly to transform their data center and computing environment. As a result, the company set a goal to be in a new data center with new IT infrastructure all within 12 months.
And if 12-month data center relocation project wasn’t challenging enough, Bemis wanted to go much further. Bemis realized this migration also represented a good time to achieve other strategic transitions and accelerate their overall data center transformation. Here are highlights of their overall accomplishments:
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Complete Data Center Transformation while establishing the foundation for a resilient, agile IT environment
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