[fancy_header]Strategic IT Outsourcing[/fancy_header]In today’s world, organizations are moving towards investments in IT with the imperative to automate processes, procedures, operating models and workflows. With this, comes the challenge of:
- High investments.
- High Risks
- Retention of resources
- Huge cost of consultancy
The solution to the above mentioned concerns is to outsource, which is often made in the interest of lowering costs or to make more efficient use of worldwide labor, capital, technology and resources. IT Outsourcing provides a mechanism for planning and implementing strategic edge with maximizing return on investment from current IT systems. Working in partnership, we give organizations seamless access to the skills, knowledge and commercial innovation that drives a business forward. This joint approach delivers an agile IT function, creating a platform for business growth and releasing resources to enable our clients to do more for their customer.
eOn IT offers resource deployment services of its skilled consultants, developers and team leads. Our resources have reflective experience in projects of varying scope that have been executed offshore. They have worked on numerous projects throughout the globe especially in the Middle East and Africa Region. eOn IT offers the following models for resource deployment projects.
The primary argument for outsourcing is financial: a company can get the security expertise it needs much more cheaply by hiring someone else to provide it. Take monitoring, for example. The key to successful security monitoring is vigilance: attacks can happen at any time of the day and any day of the year. While it is possible for companies to build detection and response services for their own networks, it’s rarely cost-effective. But Counterpane already has that expertise.
The benefits of security outsourcing are enormous. Aside from the aggregation of expertise, an outsourced monitoring service like Counterpane’s has other beneficial economies of scale. We can more easily hire and train its personnel, simply because we needs more employees and it can build an infrastructure to support them. We also have a much broader view of the Internet. We can learn from attacks against one customer, and use that knowledge to protect all of our customers. And from our point of view, attacks are frequent. Vigilant monitoring means keeping up to date on new vulnerabilities, new hacker tools, new security products, and new software releases. We can spread these costs among all of their customers.