Transform business through implementing new IT Models with the SCC effect!
Whilst the consequences of not transforming infrastructure service delivery are well understood and not optional, many organisations are working with high cost, high resource intensive complex infrastructures which are incompatible and difficult to maintain. A general lack of standards and automated tools means support is expensive and inefficient, and people are tied up in mundane tasks rather than how to improve service quality, range and delivery.
Business demand is running multiple times faster than IT can deliver the necessary change and additional services, and this isn’t set to slow down any time soon. Millions of workers, consumers and companies – accustomed to an era where everything is available and everything is free – are now demanding that the benefits offered by the social and mobile revolution be applied across the corporate landscape.
Therein lies the challenge for IT professionals. Typically neither the supporting infrastructure nor the ability to start from a “green field” are available. Organisations must deal with legacy environments as well as innovation.
“According to the Cloud Industry Forum, by the end of 2013, more than 75 percent of UK businesses will be using at least one type of cloud service. The Forum has also forecast that, of existing cloud users, 80 percent will increase their spending on cloud computing during the same period. Moreover, research firm Gartner predicts that by the end of 2013 the size of the cloud computing market worldwide will be $150bn. So it’s fair to say that it’s more than a passing fad. It’s here to stay and it’s having a fundamental impact on the way organisations select, architect and deploy their IT.”
Source – Channel Pro, Cloud Computing: the tipping point for distribution? Aug 09 2013
The real challenge lies in finding a trusted advisor and partner who understands the business culture, vision, budget, scale and security requirements and can flex a solution incorporating whatever infrastructure combination: on-premise, colocation, managed hosted, enterprise multi-tenanted, community, or public cloud – to optimise best value and flexible infrastructure for each individual organisation.
SCC is uniquely positioned to help organisations provide a flexible and dynamic infrastructure from whatever combination of deployment model best suits.
With over a 38 year proven track record of helping organisations plan, supply, integrate, manage, transform and recycle across the entire range of technology, we help strike the right balance between security, practicality, deliverability and price – providing organisations innovation, business intelligence and growth.
- On-Premise Private Cloud
- Managed Hosting
- Enterprise Multi-Tenanted Cloud (Cloud+)
- Community Cloud (Sentinel by SCC)
- Public Cloud
The benefits of cloud models:
- Pay as you go