Looking at Remote Infrastructure Management
I remember working for an investment bank a decade ago and one of the key priorities of the CTO was cleaning up the infrastructure and improving network support. Nobody from the business was interested in supporting his projects. He even showed them PowerPoint slides of server rooms resembling spaghetti, but when the air conditioning failed one day and it took hours to recover after the servers had all overheated, suddenly the bankers were interested in the infrastructure that kept them trading...
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