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By harnessing a combination of intellectual property, human capital, and software products organizations have been able to eliminate silos, keep their investment in existing tools

By harnessing a combination of intellectual property, human capital, and software products organizations have been able to eliminate silos, keep their investment in existing tools

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  • 1. Cloud Roadmap: Deliver Cloud Services with Existing Tools and Strong ROI By harnessing a combination of intellectual property, human capital, and software products organizations have been able to eliminate silos, keep their investment in existing tools, accelerate the delivery of their Cloud services and achieve measurable ROI. By approach us; we will initial a virtual workshop to review your most current requests that are giving you the biggest challenges. From there, we will store your current tools and processes and provide insight into the foreseen savings you will find with our next step recommendations. First Steps toward the Cloud are the Hardest to Take There is a simple question every management asks on their journey to the Cloud: “How do I get from where I am right now to where I want to be?” It’s a simple question that is not easily answered. There are a range of enterprise applications, legacy systems, compliance protocols, tools and processes that must be consider and integrated for their cloud journey to be successful. Over the past 10 years, most companies have purchased and deployed solutions to solve specific business issues. Typically, these solutions address a particular IT task or a need within an individual business unit. The Cloud is forcing them to take a hard look at their environment and complete how to pull together process, data, and security configuration integration into a cohesive manageable cloud ecosystem strategy. Your One Stop Solution Provider for the Cloud Simplify, Integrate, and Automate your Physical and Virtual Environments with MenSagam MenSagam Technologies has helped some of the world’s clearest companies make their cloud journey a success. Through our various combinations of
  • 2. intellectual property, human capital, and software products our client have eliminated silos, protected their investment in existing tools, accelerated the delivery of their Cloud services and achieved measurable ROI. Process Integration Content: Our inventory of intellectual property includes orchestration workflows that automate IT processes and perform integrations in the data centres. Data Integration Content: Over next generation data integration tools and off- the-shelf preconfigured solutions for configuration, data, ticket, and event integration. Cloud Integration Content: cloud-to-cloud alliances tools that deploy workloads to public cloud providers and federate data and security, disputations and compliance controls. Use case: Automating Provisioning, Patching and Security Policies For this large, multinational financial institution, provisioning a server required 72 different process steps and took over 2 months to complete. Senior IT Leadership knew the excessive labour and costs combine with this mostly manual effort was draining their staff and budget. They needed a better result. Measuring Success in the Cloud Every organization is on a “journey to the Cloud”. It is no longer a matter of if…it is already happening. How do forwarding-thinking companies define victory for their Cloud initiatives? What are the top drivers of business value?