Your VitalQIP solution has likely performed adequately for you over the years. In fact, it’s probably worked well enough that you might think there’s no rush to replace it for something better. That’s a belief you may wish to reconsider. And sooner rather than later. Here are three reasons why you should make VitalQIP migration a priority.
- Increasing demands.The services VitalQIP provides, including DNS, DHCP, and IP Address Management (collectively known as DDI), are must accommodate escalating demands from device proliferation, to mobility, to cloud adoption, and the Internet of Things (IoT). Truth is, your legacy solution simply can no longer keep up.
- Upgrade difficulties.Chances are, you’ve already discovered that it’s becoming harder and harder to manage, upgrade or extend your Vital QIP system to meet new demands being placed on it. It’s especially challenging to enhance it with critical new features, like advanced DNS security.
- No clear roadmap.Most VitalQIP implementations don’t provide an adequate roadmap that can support modern network evolution and digital transformation. Without that technology vision, your organization risks falling further and further behind as network capabilities—and expectations—advance.
It’s time to replace VitalQIP with enterprise-grade DDI
The best time to migrate from VitalQIP is before it becomes a major hindrance to your network’s performance, availability, and security. Many organizations put off VitalQIP replacement because it’s a big commitment. But with the right partner behind you, migrating to enterprise-grade DDI is much easier than you think. And the benefits are truly transformational. To ensure the best outcome, choose a migration partner that not only has substantial expertise in enterprise-grade DDI, but also a proven track record of successful VitalQIP migration for a broad assortment of enterprises.
This is the first in a three-part series. Upcoming posts will help guide organizations to achieve successful VitalQIP migrations and will explore the benefits that organizations can gain from migrating to enterprise-grade DDI.