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IT cost optimization (ITCO) is a method of determining the overall value of IT systems and software products to achieve business goals and objectives. Most modern firms have a false goal of lowering information technology costs. Many companies find themselves in this scenario as a result of over-purchasing and under-utilizing older tech solutions that no longer meet their current technology needs. Organizations that are serious about expansion should reinvest in a more flexible, cloud-based operating model and adopt a strategic cost-transformation plan. As companies are being urged to improve their digital capabilities by investing in transformative technologies that speed up digital innovation and disruption, immediate one-time steps to lower tech expense levels can’t work in this situation. That’s why, businesses must embrace more creative cost-cutting efforts that enable them to realign budgets and generate long-term savings.
As the quantity and complexity of cyber-attacks grow daily, cybersecurity is becoming increasingly vital. Most businesses cannot afford a specialized Cybersecurity Team, provide training, or manage the necessary technologies to provide compliance and protection. The more sophisticated the threats are, the more complicated the response and expertise of the responders should be. This is where CISO as a Service comes to the rescue.
CISO Consulting Services provide firms with a Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) who has the experience and capabilities needed to assist, develop, create, and implement a unique security strategy. The CISO has a strong background in IT leadership and is well-versed in risk management.
The CISO works with each client to:
The ability of computing infrastructure to scale and respond to increasing demand is referred to as hyperscale cloud computing. It enables businesses to expand a portion of their computing infrastructure and gain access to the necessary computer, storage, memory, and networking resources.
For example, for an e-commerce supplier, hyperscale cloud computing would entail gaining access to a significant number of network resources throughout the holiday season, ensuring that the website runs smoothly and meets client expectations.
The act of analyzing and adjusting the allocation of cloud resources that power applications, infrastructures, and workloads to improve performance and decrease waste due to over-provisioning is known as cloud infrastructure optimization. Cloud infrastructure optimization helps an organization take a better grasp of how their cloud instances are performing, allowing them to take proactive actions to make smarter cloud decisions.
Cloud migration is the process of moving data, apps, or other corporate assets to a cloud computing environment.
A business can move to the cloud in several ways: it can transfer data and applications from a local, on-premises data center to a public, private, or hybrid cloud; it can also transfer data and apps from one cloud platform to another. In addition, it can also move data or applications to the cloud and back to a local data center.
Cloud migration services assist an organization in migrating to the cloud. Cloud providers (such as Azure, AWS, and Google) provide tools and services that assist in workload and application migration. Many organizations that lack technical abilities, on the other hand, prefer to take the help of a qualified cloud Managed Services Partner (MSP) for this activity. By providing a bespoke, comprehensive solution, these MSPs remove the uncertainty and discomfort of migrating an organization's assets to the cloud. The MSP manages the migration's timeline, budget, and services while minimizing downtime and business inconvenience.
The correct cloud strategy, roadmap, workflow model, and ecosystem accelerate digital transformation. A comprehensive cloud migration service, apart from helping the organization create a robust cloud strategy, assists in managing the following aspects of the migration process:
Here is an industry-proven best-in-class cloud migration process to help firms plan for successful cloud migration:
Simultaneously, be ready to deal with some common issues such as interoperability, data and application portability, data integrity and security, and business continuity. Without proper preparation, a cloud migration project could degrade workload performance and increase IT expenses, which will end up negating some of cloud computing's significant benefits.
Synoptek’s cloud migration services are designed to manage the entire cloud lifecycle with ease. Our cloud experts help organizations plan, migrate, implement, and manage their cloud instances without hassle. We also help organizations choose the right cloud for their environment and create short-term and long-term cost-governance structures that help organizations reap the benefits of cloud infrastructure. Our extensive portfolio of cloud services include:
To learn more about Synoptek’s cloud migration services, click here.
A business application is a software program or a collection of applications that perform varied business functions. Some of these applications are used to improve and track productivity across the company, while some of them are used to record and process large-size enterprise data. The development of these software applications is referred to as business application development. Like any software development process, business application development also goes through the 4-staged lifecycle: planning, development, testing, and deployment. By following these best practices for business application development, a software development team can ensure a speedy time-to-market and quality delivery.
Modernizing legacy applications to embark on a digital transformation path is no longer a question of 'if', it is now a question of when. Given how swiftly businesses are migrating to the cloud, being on an obsolete application can slow down your cloud journey and, subsequently, put your IT maturity journey on hold. Application modernization options include one or many of the following changes to the legacy application:
A Managed Service Provider (MSP) is a company that assists its customers in managing and operating their IT infrastructure and end-user systems from a remote location. The MSP service is mainly based on a subscription model. Leveraging an MSP is a popular IT strategy used by large enterprises, small and medium-sized businesses, non-profit organizations, as well as government organizations.
The use of external service providers (an external IT services organization or a freelancer) to supply technology related business processes, application services, and infrastructure solutions for business objectives is referred to as “IT outsourcing”. A simple example of IT outsourcing is ‘Company B’ (an IT Outsourcing provider) being tasked with developing the corporate website or mobile application for ‘Company A’.
Data Protection Risk Assessment is a process by which an organization assesses the existing state of data security in its ecosystem and makes appropriate modifications to mitigate cyberattack threats and risks. The evaluation is essential for various reasons, including increasing consumer trust by listing out the steps to prevent data breaches and lowering operating expenses associated with data storage. However, it was not mandatory until General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) came into effect.
A successful Data Protection Risk Assessment can be divided into three steps:
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