All posts by Thandava Murthy

Why Microsoft Cloud is a Dream for Start-ups

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microsoft cloud for startups

Why Cloud is the best option for startups?

One of the biggest challenges for start-ups is the lack of resources to procure and manage IT resources.  A start-up with only 10 or 20 employees usually end-up dealing with an avalanche of IT tasks like website hosting, data storage, BYOD, CRM applications, numerous communication channels, online collaboration tools, payment processing and more. That’s where Cloud solutions can come into action. Continue reading

Building New Data Protection Capabilities in 2016

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Building new data protection capabilities in 2016

Where businesses need to focus?

ITRC’s latest data breach reports revealed some serious findings: Continue reading

Leading Global Food Chain Restaurant Increase Revenue by 15% with Advanced IT Management

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IT Management

How CMS IT Fixed the IT issues of 50 stores of a global food chain restaurant and increased the revenue by 15% of 200 stores in return.

What was going wrong for the client?

Our client is a leading global fast food chain restaurant serving a huge market in India. As their business expanded, more stores were introduced in the tier II and tier III Indian cities. Soon they were faced with challenges of broken service streams due to several IT issues, resulting in business downtime and customer dissatisfaction. The client identified 50 of their stores with IT issues and approached CMS IT Services for potential solutions. Continue reading

Converged IT infrastructure Vs. Hyperconvergence

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Hyperconvergence

Gone are the days of struggling with complex hardware, software and data integration, and piecing together makeshift data centre systems. Convergence has arrived — in the form of hyper-converged and converged IT infrastructures –with greater and effective benefits for your data centre systems. Streamlining of management, scalability and expenditure are all the dynamics concerned when an enterprise has to decide on whether or not to go for converged IT infrastructure vs. Hyperconvergence. Continue reading

Enterprise Mobility: The Rising Sun of Business Opportunities

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 Enterprise Mobility- business opportunities

With more than 90 percent of IT Decision Makers (ITDMs) betting big on enterprise mobility as the critical function for customer engagement, competitiveness and operational productivity in 2016, it is not surprising that we already see some interesting instances of enterprise mobility adoption in the business world. In fact, this has been the most marked trend shifts in the last six months.

In a Mobile First landscape, companies are shifting their focus from mobile applications to enterprise mobile applications. As Matt Calkins, CEO & President of Appian aptly puts it:

“IT professionals understand that a strategic focus on mobile apps will fail to deliver the full digital transformation that must occur within the enterprise.”

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The 5 Hottest BYOD Trends to Watch Out in 2016

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BYOD trends in 2016

Bring Your Own Device movement is booming, with 74 percent of organizations either already using or planning to allow employees to bring their own devices to work.

_ Tech Pro Research’s Survey

From a nascent and undefined entity in 2009 to the fast evolving and maturing business transformation tool of today – BYOD is revolutionizing the way enterprises run their business operations. As the plethora of mobile devices and business application are mounting, BYOD programs are also on the rise. Continue reading

Internet of Everything – Security Concerns In a Connected Era

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securing IoT

Imagine a world where every aspect of your life is connected. What you do is recorded by a growing number of connected devices you touch, interact and encounter every day. And then the collected data is shared over a network. Our world is becoming a central nervous system running on a network of connected devices.

By 2020, the number of internet-connected devices will reach 50 billion. Mathematically, that’s around 8 connected devices per person. And this indeed creates a simple but a dangerous dilemma. While our ability to collect data will grow via connected devices, there is hardly any adequate security system in place to protect and secure this data. Continue reading

Progress from Reactive and Proactive to Preventive and Predictive Support Services

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In today’s highly demanding market, customers not only want innovative products and solutions, they want high quality customer service as well. With new and innovative technologies emerging, post-sale technical support and services play an important role in customer satisfaction and loyalty. Continue reading