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Dynamic Infrastructure

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Why IBM for a dynamic infrastructure

IBM has a long history of helping clients solve both tactical and strategic challenges. Our professionals can help clients of all sizes – around the globe – build and implement a dynamic infrastructure. Learn more.

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Please contact our local expert Bryan Hickson for details on offerings listed below

Solutions

Flexible sourcing options

Service management

Service management solutions help you create and manage a more agile, business-oriented and dynamic infrastructure so you can rapidly respond to change and deliver higher quality services at a lower cost. Learn more about Service management

Asset management

Hardware, software, and services from IBM help you maximize the performance and lifetime value of assets across your enterprise—production, facilities, transportation and IT—and closely align them with your overall business strategy.

Virtualization

Virtualization and consolidation can reduce IT complexity to help your data center become more resilient and secure while reducing costs. The ability to deploy capacity and server images virtually increases speed of deployment roughly by a factor of 30 times.1


 1 Tom Bittman, Gartner 27th Annual Data Center Conference. December 2008.

Energy efficiency

Energy efficiency solutions can help lower data center energy costs by up to 40% or more through facilities design, power and cooling infrastructure, active energy management, and efficient, scalable IBM systems.

Information infrastructure

IBM’s comprehensive approach to information infrastructure addresses compliance, availability, retention, and security requirements while helping businesses get the right information to the right person at the right time. Potential benefits include up to: 75% decrease in capital costs, 600% increase in input capacity, 300x improvement in throughput, 500x improvement in hardware price/performance ratio.

Business continuity and resiliency

Business continuity and resiliency solutions keep your business running in the event of an internal or external risk, planned or unplanned, and allow your IT experts to devote more time to innovation. Less than 50% percent companies surveyed have disaster recovery and business continuity strategies in place, according to researchers at UK-based Chartered Management Institute. And among those who have planned for business continuity and resiliency, 75 percent report that efforts are likely to be “haphazard” and “untested.”

Security

IBM Security solutions deliver the full breadth and depth of capabilities that enable organizations to take a business-driven, holistic approach to security, compliance and risk management in alignment with an IT governance framework, supporting the secure delivery of services with speed and agility in the dynamic infrastructure.

Cloud computing

As an industry leader in cloud and cloud-like services and technologies, IBM can help you build private clouds or outsource portions of your IT to cloud environments.

Managed support services

Offers the widest array of remote managed services, on site managed services and hosting services.

Outsourcing

Increase speed and certainty of business driven IT and process change through value-enhancing, cost-efficient business process, IT and Integration Services.

Featured analysis (US)

Spotlight (US)

Virtualization Services White Paper from IDC

Many enterprises have turned to virtualization as a way of controlling costs and increasing the flexibility of IT. If implemented correctly, the technology can have spectacular results and reduce IT costs and improve flexibility. The results of a recent IDC survey showed that most customers that have deployed virtualization were able to reduce their hardware costs by 20%.

IBM Perspective on Cloud Computing

Much is being written and spoken about cloud computing, by IT analysts, industry and business leaders and others. Some believe it is a disruptive trend representing the next stage in the evolution of the Internet. Others believe it is hype, as it uses long established computing technologies. So, what is cloud computing?

Improving business through smart energy and environment policy

Businesses and public entities today face increasing pressure to develop policies that are both good for the planet and good for business. A framework developed by IBM offers businesses and other organizations a comprehensive approach to energy and environmental issues. The framework helps identify and prioritize environmental efforts by breaking down problems and opportunities into seven distinct business areas, which can then be segmented into manageable projects.

IBM Service Management for communications service providers

Communications service providers (CSPs) today face a world wherecontinuous change is the norm. Traditional PSTN revenues are decliningrapidly, and only single-digit annual growth is forecast for broadband andmobile voice through 2011. At the same time, a wide range of new, content-rich services from IPTV to music to gaming are set to generate billions ofdollars in new revenues.

IBM Information Infrastructure Initiative Aims to Tame the Information Explosion

Around the world, IT organizations are struggling to manage, protect and maintain rapidly growing information assets. ESG’s research indicates that, without intervention, the majority of organizations can expect their storage capacity requirements to increase at double digit rates annually for the foreseeable future.

Contact us

For more information, please contact Bryan Hickson on
hicksonb@ie.ibm.com

Telephone: 087 2860867

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