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IT organizations in the financial services sector must constantly balance the pressure to keep up with technological innovation and the need to maintain a flexible and cost-effective infrastructure capable of spanning the globe.
- Cloud services: Move key technologies to the cloud and take advantage of related services such as virtualization, provisioning and service catalogues.
- Security services: Protect critical information, infrastructure, applications and processes against cyber threats.
- Infrastructure services: Reduce costs and increase infrastructure agility by implementing more effective technologies and the operation of state-of-the-art service factories (remote services) in domains such as data centers, network and voice or workplaces.
Implement proven strategies and technology solutions for successful public governance. By leveraging new business models, innovative capabilities and the wealth of data available, you can create a robust and efficient public infrastructure, ensure safety and security, support the needs of individuals, facilitate sustainable economic growth, and build stronger communities.
For today's communication service providers, network investments play an increasingly critical role in driving performance. Providers seek to utilize their network investments to optimize their operating models, align their network and operational planning with customer requirements, enhance organizational agility and reduce costs.
There are a number of areas of collaboration:
- Low cost fiber optics solutions for the datacenter, access and metro networks
- Enablers of All-IP. We help you find technology partners and integrators: SDN
- Next generation services, based on IMS.
Companies today face an ever-changing landscape of macroeconomic realities, industry trends and internal challenges.
Most channel relationships don't work. Too many startups spend all their energy getting channel deals done only to find out that they don't produce ANY revenue. Here's the problem. If you haven't already sold enough of your product directly to have enough volume to satisfy your channel partner he/she simply won't end up pushing it.
Recruit a team of sales representatives to sell to business customers. Provide product and market training so that sales representatives have the right level of product knowledge to communicate effectively with technical decision makers. Segment customers by vertical market or geographical location. Allocate geographical territories to optimize cover while minimizing travel cost.
Appoint a network of distributors to deal with customers that you cannot cover with your direct sales force. Select distributors with experience and an existing base of customers in your market sector and provide training to improve their specific product knowledge. Provide marketing support material and incentive programs to encourage distributors to increase sales of your products. Appoint a sales manager to work with distributors on business development.
The last decade of computing technologies have been dominated by the proliferation of virtualization and Cloud technologies that deliver superior economics through higher utilization, hardware commoditization and standardization.
They have also dramatically improved IT responsiveness by making it possible to quickly provision and release large hardware configurations in a very short time. While plenty of technology professionals are pretty excited about the cloud, many traditional business executives may be reluctant and might not welcome a transition to the cloud with open arms. When offering cloud services, technology providers often jump into describing the typical benefits that the cloud offers with the expectation of enthusiastic adoption.
Ecommerce retailers have tough challenges when addressing their IT infrastructure: performance, flexibility and 24 x 7 x 365 uptime
- Selection of IaaS provider: AWS, Google, Azure, OVH, ...
- How and when to use a PaaS
- What DNS provider and advance traffic management capabilities
- What content delivery network (CDN) to use: Instart Logic, Cloudfront, Streamzilla, ...
- How to provide cost-effective and reliable Video experiences
- Monitoring of customer Quality of Experience (QoE): RUM, user perspective monitoring, ...