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Core Infrastructure Optimisation Methodology and Sample data of PR

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  • Delivered by MindShare Services Pvt. Ltd. Prepared for PR - RAJESH BANSAL
  • Agenda
    • Infrastructure Optimization Overview
      • Analysis Methodology and Project Overview
      • Recommended Solution
      • Benefits
      • Investment ,Analysis & Results
    • Recommendations and Next Steps
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  • Infrastructure Optimization Building a People-Ready Business
    • Provides capability framework to help you build an optimized infrastructure (not Microsoft-specific)
    • Establishes a foundation based on industry analyst, academic, and consortium research
    • Provides guidance and best practices for step-by-step implementation
    • Drives cost reduction, security and efficiency gains
    • Enables agility
    Model-Based Approach- Frame Work-Microsoft , Gartner, IDC, MIT
    • Proactive
    • Optimizing Costs and Quality
    • Agile
    • Self Assessing and Continuous Improvement
    • “ Taking The Lead”
    Infrastructure Optimization Model Stage Characteristics
    • Proactive
    • Accountable
    • Increased Monitoring
    • Formal Change Management
    • SLA’s
    • Improvement
    • Predictability
    • “ Quality Driven”
    • Reactive
    • Stable IT
    • Request Driven
    • Change Management and Planning
    • “ Keeping It Running”
    • Reactive
    • Ad hoc
    • Problem-Driven
    • “ Avoiding Downtime”
    Basic Standardized Rationalized Dynamic
  • Core Infrastructure Optimization Model Data Protection and Recovery Identity and Access Management Security and Networking IT and Security Process Desktop, Device, and Server Management Basic Standardized Rationalized Dynamic
  • Interpreting the Results • Basic: "We Fight Fires" The Basic IT infrastructure is characterized by manual, localized processes and minimal central control, as well as nonexistent or un‑enforced IT policies and standards for security, backup, image management, and deployment, compliance, and other common IT practices. • Standardized: "We're Gaining Control" The Standardized infrastructure introduces controls through the use of standards and policies to manage desktops and servers; how machines are introduced to the network; and the use of Active Directory services to manage resources, security policies, and access control. • Rationalized: "We Enable Business" The Rationalized infrastructure exists where the costs involved in managing desktops and servers are at their lowest, and processes and policies have matured to play a large role in supporting and expanding the business. Security is proactive with rapid response to threats. • Dynamic: "We're a Strategic Asset" The Dynamic infrastructure provides strategic value that helps the organization run its business efficiently and competitively. Costs are fully controlled. Integration and collaboration between users is pervasive, and mobile users have high levels of service and capabilities.
  • PR Core IO Assessment
    • MindShare Services Provides Core IO Assessment for PR Holdings Pvt. Ltd.
    • Next Few Slides are of PR Holdings Pvt. Ltd.
  • Organized by the technology capability areas for Core IO, the results show that PR Holdings Pvt. Ltd’s Core Infrastructure has been currently assessed as follows: The results show that PR Holdings Pvt. Ltd’s Core IT Infrastructure has been categorized as basic. PR Holdings Pvt. Ltd's Current Score
    • Core Infrastructure
    • Optimization
    Basic Standardized Rationalized Dynamic Identity and Access Management √ Desktop, Device, and Server Management √ Security and Networking √ Data Protection and Recovery √ IT and Security Process √
  • Comparing PR Holdings Pvt. Ltd's to Peers Comparing PR Holdings Pvt. Ltd to similar organizations within Retail industry, located in Asia, and 40-99 PCs in size, PR Holdings Pvt. Ltd's Application Platform compares to peers as follows: Core Infrastructure Optimization - Comparison
  • The Value of Improving PR Holdings Pvt. Ltd was analyzed using per user total cost of ownership (TCO) to estimate the current IT costs, and project the value of improving from basic to the next highest level of standardized. The value estimates are based on IDC, Wi Pro and Alinean research of 600+ worldwide companies as to the benefits they received from core infrastructure optimization. Total savings opportunity per user: Rs10,821.70 Total annual savings for 70 users: Rs757,509.43
  • Identity and Access Management - Responses PR Holdings Pvt. Ltd's Responses for Identity and Access Management Question Response Does this organization use Active Directory for authenticating 80% or more of their users? Yes Does this organization have a directory based tool to centrally define and enforce configuration standards and security on 80% or more of their desktops (e.g. Group Policy)? No Does this organization have a central tool to automate user account provisioning (e.g. issuing new accounts, changing passwords, synchronizing permissions, enabling access to business applications) across 80% or more of their heterogeneous systems? No Does this organization use a directory-based tool to enable authenticated access to external customers and business partners? No Does this organization use a directory-based solution to allow users to protect content from being copied, printed, or distributed without proper rights or permissions? No Does this organization have a solution for user identity validation and data protection (if lost) for their mobile devices? No Does this organization require a secured and guaranteed way to verify secure communications between their corporate network and mobile devices (e.g., certificates)? No What the Identity and Access Management Results Means to PR Holdings Pvt. Ltd Your organization probably has either no common directory service in place or multiple, disconnected user directories resulting in inefficiencies in user experience and authentication. This kind of inefficiency can be reduced by deploying tools to unify user and group identities, access directories, and by giving users visibility across the different directories.
  • Desktop, Device & Server Management - Responses Question Response Is this organization using virtualization to dynamically manage resource allocation for workloads including moving workloads from server to server based on resource need or business rules? No Does this organization have a desktop image strategy for managing desktop images that includes OS, drivers, anti-virus, management tools, productivity tools (like Office) as well as line of business (LOB) applications? No Does this organization have a layered or thin image strategy for deploying desktop images? No Does this organization have a plan to manage a maximum of two OS versions (not including x64/x86 platform or hardware abstraction layer (HAL)-related multipliers) for 80% of their Desktops? No Does this organization have monitoring for 80% or more of their critical servers for ensuring consistent and reliable user experiences (e.g. ensuring that email is always available)? Yes Does this organization have a service level agreement (SLA)-defined and centralized monitoring solution for 80% or more of their servers with availability reporting capabilities? No Does this organization have model-enabled service level monitoring of desktops, applications and servers? No Is this organization's remote infrastructure managed from a central location? No
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