It’s hard to look at what’s happened to enterprise technology over the past few years and not feel a bit of an adrenaline rush. Cloud computing, mobility and data analytics are pretty sexy stuff—full of excitement, packed with benefits and changing the way we do darn near everything. While this triad of technological wonderment has […]
3i Infotech is a global Information technology company with a broad range of solutions. In 1999 we started off with just two offerings: application development & maintenance and IT infrastructure services. In addition, there was a team handling the back-office transaction processing work for the ICICI Bank, a NYSE-listed organization. We have expanded our portfolio […]
Latisys was founded in June, 2007 as Managed Data Holdings LLC (MDH), in conjunction with two high-quality private equity investors: Great Hill Partners and Catalyst Investors. Strategically, Latisys is aimed at the operation of enterprise-class data centers across Tier I and Tier II markets in the United States to meet the increasing demand for managed […]
LEAN, green, and savings now are the mantras of IT buyers today, according to Richard Penn. Even IT pricing is experiencing a metamorphosis. Here’s what buyers and suppliers need to know in today’s brave new ITO world.
BPOMS, a service provider for mid-market companies, offers tier-one services with a willingness to customize the solution and provide on-demand pricing options.
On-Demand Desktop Hardware and Software Support Simplifies Management and Cuts Costs for Peruvian Bank | Article
Banco de Crédito del Perú (BCP) faced problems with hardware and software refreshing. To complicate matters, the bank had also adopted desktop technology in an ad hoc manner from numerous vendors over many years. Subsidiaries located in different countries had different business cultures and adopted technology their way. Selecting HP’s Access on Demand helped the bank get a handle on its vast computer inventory.
In 1998 Bill Miller was in the hardware storage business. His specialty was oil firms. He’d make a sales call and hear the complaints. Clients were tired of buying hardware. They were frustrated by the complexity of the software. And they were pulling their hair out trying to fill positions given today’s IT labor shortage. Many were spending more time searching for data storage solutions than they did searching for oil.