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  • The founders met at New York University. David Matalon had already been a successful consultant at the World Trade Center, working with small and midsized businesses in the financial marketplace. Matalon and Kazakevich joined to create one of the first application service providers in the country, Offyx, in 2000. By 2002 the founders had hit on a winning business model for delivering Fortune 500-class applications and services to small to midsized businesses and founded External IT. Their plan was so compelling, they secured initial funding from such notable firms as IBM, Cisco Systems, Oppenheimer Funds, and other NYC-based VC firms.
  • The founders met at New York University. David Matalon had already been a successful consultant at the World Trade Center, working with small and midsized businesses in the financial marketplace. Matalon and Kazakevich joined to create one of the first application service providers in the country, Offyx, in 2000. By 2002 the founders had hit on a winning business model for delivering Fortune 500-class applications and services to small to midsized businesses and founded External IT. Their plan was so compelling, they secured initial funding from such notable firms as IBM, Cisco Systems, Oppenheimer Funds, and other NYC-based VC firms.
  • Market trends validate External IT’s focus on the SMB market. By the end of 2011, according to an independent survey by Edge Strategies, funded by Microsoft, 42 percent of all U.S. SMBs will have at least some cloud-based component as a part of their overall computing strategy. Of those companies, nearly half of their IT resources will migrate to the cloud within three years. According to an article in Simply Security: “The cloud has enabled a lot of new technologies and capabilities that can be delivered to small business at a price point that makes sense for them,” said Cisco vice president of small business technology Susan Scheer Aoki.Additionally, the cloud can simplify IT solutions for SMBs, many of which do not have the resources or personnel to handle complex systems. This, according to Cisco’s report, enables SMBs to focus more on business rather than IT.” (April, 2011)
  • After initial success in the U.S., the company moved its headquarters to Dallas, Texas and began expansion throughout the world. Our customer base now ranges from the U.S. to Australia, with nearly a quarter million committed users.
  • You can’t argue with the numbers. Profitable since 2005, we’re poised for 20-30% revenue growth over the next year as our technology and expertise lands an even larger share of the underserved SMB cloud marketplace worldwide.
  • The founders met at New York University. David Matalon had already been a successful consultant at the World Trade Center, working with small and midsized businesses in the financial marketplace. Matalon and Kazakevich joined to create one of the first application service providers in the country, Offyx, in 2000. By 2002 the founders had hit on a winning business model for delivering Fortune 500-class applications and services to small to midsized businesses and founded External IT. Their plan was so compelling, they secured initial funding from such notable firms as IBM, Cisco Systems, Oppenheimer Funds, and other NYC-based VC firms.
  • The founders met at New York University. David Matalon had already been a successful consultant at the World Trade Center, working with small and midsized businesses in the financial marketplace. Matalon and Kazakevich joined to create one of the first application service providers in the country, Offyx, in 2000. By 2002 the founders had hit on a winning business model for delivering Fortune 500-class applications and services to small to midsized businesses and founded External IT. Their plan was so compelling, they secured initial funding from such notable firms as IBM, Cisco Systems, Oppenheimer Funds, and other NYC-based VC firms.
  • The founders met at New York University. David Matalon had already been a successful consultant at the World Trade Center, working with small and midsized businesses in the financial marketplace. Matalon and Kazakevich joined to create one of the first application service providers in the country, Offyx, in 2000. By 2002 the founders had hit on a winning business model for delivering Fortune 500-class applications and services to small to midsized businesses and founded External IT. Their plan was so compelling, they secured initial funding from such notable firms as IBM, Cisco Systems, Oppenheimer Funds, and other NYC-based VC firms.
  • The founders met at New York University. David Matalon had already been a successful consultant at the World Trade Center, working with small and midsized businesses in the financial marketplace. Matalon and Kazakevich joined to create one of the first application service providers in the country, Offyx, in 2000. By 2002 the founders had hit on a winning business model for delivering Fortune 500-class applications and services to small to midsized businesses and founded External IT. Their plan was so compelling, they secured initial funding from such notable firms as IBM, Cisco Systems, Oppenheimer Funds, and other NYC-based VC firms.
  • The founders met at New York University. David Matalon had already been a successful consultant at the World Trade Center, working with small and midsized businesses in the financial marketplace. Matalon and Kazakevich joined to create one of the first application service providers in the country, Offyx, in 2000. By 2002 the founders had hit on a winning business model for delivering Fortune 500-class applications and services to small to midsized businesses and founded External IT. Their plan was so compelling, they secured initial funding from such notable firms as IBM, Cisco Systems, Oppenheimer Funds, and other NYC-based VC firms.
  • The founders met at New York University. David Matalon had already been a successful consultant at the World Trade Center, working with small and midsized businesses in the financial marketplace. Matalon and Kazakevich joined to create one of the first application service providers in the country, Offyx, in 2000. By 2002 the founders had hit on a winning business model for delivering Fortune 500-class applications and services to small to midsized businesses and founded External IT. Their plan was so compelling, they secured initial funding from such notable firms as IBM, Cisco Systems, Oppenheimer Funds, and other NYC-based VC firms.

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  • AGENDAExternal IT OverviewWhat is Cloud Computing? The Power to do morePortal Desktop demo
  • COMPANY OVERVIEW,BEGINNINGFounded in 2002, ManhattanFunded by IBM, Cisco, OppenheimerFocused on delivering managed desktop anddata center solutions for mid-market companiesDeveloped ITaaS platform and spun it off in 2009
  • COMPANY OVERVIEW,INDUSTRIES
  • WHERE WE ARE NOW:GLOBALOver 500 customers, worldwideInstallations in US, Ireland/UK, Australia, Switzerland, Brazil, China
  • WHERE WE ARE NOW: DEPLOYMENTS10000 8000 6000 Desktops 4000 Applications 2000 0 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 Over 500 data center migrations Over 10,000 desktops under management Over 2000 applications under management
  • COMPANYFOCUS MobilityCommitted to end Simplicityuser productivity Collaboration Integrate the internet – applications and dataCommitted to Automate provisioning – users and systemsinnovation OS33 Platform – Cloud 2.0 enabledCommitted to Comprehensive access controlsecurity Complete auditing and loggingcompliance End to end session management
  • CLOUD STACK CLOUD DEFINITIONCloud computing is a model for enabling ubiquitous, convenient,on-demand network access to a shared pool of configurablecomputing resources (e.g., networks, servers, storage, applications,and services) that can be rapidly provisioned and released withminimal management effort or service provider interaction.*National Institute of Science and Technology
  • THE FOUR FUNDAMENTALS OF CLOUD COMPUTINGMANAGED HOSTINGRent servers as a service – an IT engineYou still need to support your applicationsYou still need to support your end usersYou still do most of the managing
  • THE FOUR FUNDAMENTALS OF CLOUD COMPUTINGSTAND ALONE SAASEvery SaaS app lives on different server farmsEach requiring a separate log inLacks a unifying platform to seamlessly integrateWho takes responsibility for resolving problems?
  • THE FOUR FUNDAMENTALS OF CLOUD COMPUTINGHOSTED DESKTOPConfusing because of 2 taskbars (hosted & local)Just a raw shell, you must design & build solutionDifficult to integrate SaaS and Windows appsYesterday’s technology, not designed for iPad, etc
  • THE FOUR FUNDAMENTALS OF CLOUD COMPUTINGPORTAL DESKTOPFully functional unifying platform, out of the boxOS, browser and device agnosticSingle Sign OnPowerful Admin tools
  • CLOUD STACKTOTAL STACK
  • PORTAL DESKTOPDEMO
  • QUESTIONSNEXT STEPS