Unified Service Management
Cloud computing is rapidly transforming itself from simply being a buzzword to an IT practice that is changing the way businesses operate forever.
By placing your business critical applications in the cloud you’re benefiting from the flexibility to scale up or down according to rapidly changing business needs. Reducing capital expenditure by not having to purchase additional hardware. Lowering costs by only paying for the services you use on a pay per use model. So you can take full advantage of agility, automation, resource sharing and other best practices that cloud computing has to offer.
Sounds simple enough, however before experiencing those benefits, you first have to take the decision to move your applications from your legacy infrastructure into either a hosted, private or public cloud. Which means ensuring that security is at the right level to meet corporate governance and compliance demands. And you want to ensure that your cloud-based applications are integrated effectively with legacy systems.
So, how do you go about successfully deploying those applications onto your new infrastructure and then managing those applications so that it does not adversely impact on your IT personnel? Freeing them up to focus on strategic business objectives.
Via our service management layer you’re:
- Rapidly deploying applications onto the right infrastructure in the cloud
- Maintaining enterprise wide governance, but still enjoying the business agility to get products to market quicker and improve profitability
- Benefiting from reduced costs and improved control over operating expenditure
- Managing applications in the cloud seamlessly alongside legacy systems.
We’ll look at your applications, not your infrastructure, to develop a solution based on your unique needs, laying the foundations for a hybrid cloud environment. Thereby providing a strong differentiator for your organisation when it comes to harnessing the power of cloud computing.
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