Tag: backup

Outsourcing Allows Back-up Services Provider to Retain Market Leadership | Article

Outsourcing Allows Back-up Services Provider to Retain Market Leadership | Article

Web 2.0 created a dilemma for Intronis, a provider of online data back-up systems. Its customers needed the software to back up their burgeoning data faster. Its proprietary software was increasingly unable to accommodate their needs and it didn’t have specs for a fix. Outsourcing to Exigen saved the day.

Centralizing Asset Management Helps Promotional Products Manufacturer Manage Its IT Infrastructure | Article

Centralizing Asset Management Helps Promotional Products Manufacturer Manage Its IT Infrastructure | Article

Like many promotional products manufacturers, The GEM Group has a manufacturing facility in China. The manufacturer was changing its IT desktop infrastructure. Did the computers in Shenzhen have enough memory to work in the new IT environment? Everdream’s application allows GEM to manage the Chinese infrastructure from its Massachusetts headquarters.

Financial Institution Outsourcing: Managing the Risks | Article

Financial Institution Outsourcing: Managing the Risks | Article

In the Bible, Cain insisted he was not responsible for his brother’s actions. That’s not true if you are a financial institution. Banks, savings and loans and credit unions are still responsible for the actions of their service providers. Two attorneys at Baker and McKenzie tell financial institutions how to protect their interests when they outsource.

Doing IT Right in Sydney | Article

Doing IT Right in Sydney | Article

Craig Curtin is a stickler for details. And he’s a great punster. So when he named his new ASP company Do IT Right, the moniker had a double meaning. IT is an abbreviation for Information Technology, which the company does right…

The Unmet Promise of Standardization | Article

Companies frequently turn to outsourcers to harness the tremendous power of spiraling IT technology and shape it into a tool for standardizing their information functions across business lines and geographic borders. Unfortunately, all too often they then tie the outsourcers’ hands by failing to establish standardization as a top priority within their enterprise.