Posted On: November 29, 2016
Topic: Managed Services
Organizations are continually challenged to align IT initiatives with business goals. While the top business initiatives are centered around the financial metrics of optimizing profits, growing revenue and driving down costs, ensuring innovation, customer satisfaction and market penetration are critically important. Meanwhile, enterprise IT is tasked with maintaining the efficiency of the existing infrastructure, supporting new initiatives such as mobility, social media, cloud and big data, rapidly scaling to respond to critical business events, managing security and disaster recovery planning.
To transform IT functions that will closer align with the business, enterprises are turning to managed services. The resulting hybrid IT environment combines internal and external resources and may consist of some combination of traditional on-premises, hosted solutions or cloud-based SaaS, PaaS or IaaS services. Hybrid IT offers improved cost savings, better security and increased flexibility by outsourcing some IT functions and keeping others in-house.
Benefits of managed services to enable hybrid IT include:
Not all managed services are alike. An enterprise considering a hybrid IT configuration should look for managed services providers that are:
Hybrid IT offers the best of both worlds, maximizing your investment with just the right level of third-party support. Whether it's being aware of security patches and exploits before you are compromised, using predictive analytics to discover problems before something breaks or adherence to documentation and structured communication, OneNeck IT Solutions can provide you with the right mix of hybrid IT management. Far from replacing IT, we strive to augment your IT staff and relieve them from the mundane, so they can focus on the strategic tasks that matter most to your business.
Hybrid IT infrastructure that combines on-premises and public cloud capabilities is a strategy many enterprises are embracing. Download Now
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