Outsourcery is a hosted solutions provider based in the UK and offers a broad range of cloud services, including software applications, virtualised infrastructures and unified communications. Find out how it provided a managed end-to-end communications and collaboration solution, expanding the business fivefold!
With around 5.8 million mobile customers and 1.6 million broadband connections, Swisscom is the leading telecommunications provider in Switzerland. Learn how Swisscom increased its productivity and delivered a customised, secure system.
When Goodyear Singapore Tyres IT Director Teck Guan Yeo joined the company, he charged to close the gap between IT and the business. He undertook a number of initiatives to facilitate close alignment. Standardization has been an important focus for the team in areas such as SAP and backup and recovery. In the case of the latter, seeking to shrink backup windows and reduce storage costs, the team chose and implemented NetBackup appliances. The solution seamlessly integrates with the organization’s virtualization strategy and moves towards the private cloud.
After a series of acquisitions, the online travel booking business Wotif.com was running seven data centres – each with their own policies. While consolidating their environments into one, it needed have the ability to it’s protect data and endpoints in a heterogeneous environment. Find out the company met its needs whilst making a six figure saving in its infrastructure costs.
As one of the world’s leading unified communications solution vendors, Microsoft has high expectations
for the performance and robustness of the IT infrastructure on which its Microsoft Lync application runs. So when it came time to roll out Lync voice and video services over Wi-Fi at Microsoft’s own headquarters in Redmond, Washington, the bar was set high. Very high. Learn more.
This overview of six of the CIO Executive Council’s most important pieces of intellectual capital
represents the thought leadership of literally hundreds of global CIOs spanning over half a
decade. It is intended to convey the Council’s position on the current and future CIO role and
the value that IT should be creating for the enterprise. We hope that it offers the IT community
an intriguing and comprehensive roadmap for continued success.
A 5-year old analogue telephony system used by law firm Robinson Legal was costing
$36,000 annually in call line and rental charges yet the phones were only being
used to make, take and transfer calls without the multi functional benefits available from
unified communications and collaboration. Learn how Robinson Legal selected a highly flexible telephony solution that integrated voice, e-mail, text, and faxes and mobile devices – all accessible from just one call number.
There are plenty of real-world examples of how companies large and small have transformed
themselves by leveraging the cloud. The cloud is transforming business operations for those
organisations that are prepared to look beyond their fears of the unknown and explore what is possible. A colleague once said to me, “Tom, moving to the cloud makes too much sense…if we don’t do it, we will fail as a company.” Read this whitepaper by Tom Kelly, Managing Director of T-Edward, Inc.
Construction and building services group Fairbrother was struggling to execute distributed data backup and recovery processes across its nine offices. Lack of regular tape changing at remote sites, data volumes exceeding tape size and a concern about tape reliability prompted them to seek a more effective business continuity solution.
Energy producers from surrounding countries load power onto the Swedish National Grid’s network, with energy suppliers then paying the Swedish National Grid to load onto their grids for them to sell-on to customers. Using Clearswift’s Email Appliance, and MIMEsweeper for SMTP means that the organisation has safe and resilient email helping them to meet their goal of providing a safe, robust, cost-effective and environmentally sound energy transmission system.
Copyright 2013 IDG Communications. ABN 14 001 592 650. All rights reserved. Reproduction in whole or in part in any form or medium without express written permission of IDG Communications is prohibited.