Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP):ERP applications automate and support a range of administrative and operational business processes across multiple industries, including line of business, customer-facing, administrative and the asset management aspects of an enterprise. ERP deployments are complex and expensive endeavors, and some organizations struggle to define the business’ benefits.
Enterprise Data Backup & Recovery:
Enterprise backup is a term used to refer to a business data management and backup storage system. Businesses and organizations realize three things quickly during their daily operations: any computer system can crash; anyone can make errors; and disasters seem to happen when you least expect it or are least prepared for it. Hence, data backup and recovery are essential parts of running a successful business. Data backup and recovery is the process of backing up your data in the event of a loss and setting up secure systems that allow you to recover your data as a result.
Business ContinuityWhere a plan is developed that, when implemented, will help to prevent operational interruptions, crises and disasters happening and will help the organization quickly return to a state of ‘business as usual’, the plan must be tested and exercised to ensure that it will perform as anticipated.
Web Applications Using Blockchain
Blockchain applications go far beyond cryptocurrency and bitcoin. With its ability to create more transparency and fairness while also saving businesses time and money, the technology is impacting a variety of sectors in ways that range from how contracts are enforced to making government work more efficiently.
Video Conferencing and Collaboration
Using video conferencing, companies can lower business travel and meeting costs; shorten project times and improve communications for remote workers and teams. It may also reduce the need for conference rooms with robust audio/video buildouts.
Virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI)
With VDI, as the desktops are virtual, you can access them even with a thin client. As far as the users are concerned, VDI gives you the freedom of accessing your desktop from anywhere at any time through a VDI client software. VDI can be classified as persistent and non-persistent. Persistent VDI is customized for a personal user, and the user can log in to the same desktop each time. Non-persistent VDI consists of desktops that revert to their initial state after the user logs out.
Enterprise Network Monitoring
Enterprise network monitoring tools are made for the kinds of networks that businesses rely on to control valuable data sets related to operations. These tools look at various network metrics and present them in transparent ways for the purposes of network administration. Businesses rely on their network to perform at the levels they require to satisfy their clients’ demands. Performance issues and network outages are not only infuriating to deal with — they’re also incredibly costly to your company.
Business Intelligence/Analytics (BI)
Business intelligence can be used by enterprises to support a wide range of business decisions ranging from operational to strategic. Basic operating decisions include product positioning or pricing. Strategic business decisions involve priorities, goals, and directions at the broadest level. In all cases, BI is most effective when it combines data derived from the market in which a company operates (external data) with data from company sources internal to the business such as financial and operations data (internal data).
Document & Content Management (EDMS)
EDMS refers more specifically to a software system that handles digital documents, rather than paper documents, although in some instances, these systems may also handle digital scanned versions of original paper documents. EDMS transforms paper documents into digital files through high-volume scanning and OCR and can capture and store digital files at the point of creation from network folders and drives, Microsoft Office and other integrated systems, mobile devices, and digital cameras.
IOT Remote Monitoring & Management
Network monitoring is the use of a system that constantly monitors a computer network for slow or failing components and that notifies the network administrator (via email, SMS or other alarms) in case of outages or other trouble. Network monitoring is part of network management. IoT device management is the process of authenticating, provisioning, configuring, monitoring and maintaining the device firmware and software that provides its functional capabilities.
Backup Power Systems (UPS, Inverter, stabilizers, Solar, Batteries):
Emergency power systems are installed to protect life and property from the consequences of loss of primary electric power supply. These systems should be able to automatically switch on without causing any system alarms or loss in security functions. The three most common backup power supplies are uninterruptible power supplies (UPSs), engine generators, and batteries. UPSs are generally placed between the systems and the power supply, and contain a system of batteries, chargers, switches, and inverters to maintain charge while conveying power to systems. Backup power supplies should be kept in secure facilities with intrusion detection and surveillance. They should also be properly maintained and monitored to prevent any degradation in performance.
CCTV technology has been around for decades, but improvements in recent years make it even more effective. CCTV systems convert the video signal to a format that can be used by televisions, VCR’s, or DVR’s. IP cameras convert the video signal into IP packets to be transmitted over the data network or internet to a network storage device such as a server, NAS, or by storing on board the camera.
Platform as a service (PaaS)
Development companies and/or factories that want to implement agile methodologies are the most suited for PaaS. PaaS providers publish many services that can be consumed inside applications. Those services will be always available and up-to-date. PaaS provides a very simple way to test and prototype new applications. It can save money when developing new services and applications. Applications can be released more quickly than usual to get user feedback.
Data & System Security
Once you know where the information resides, take stock of how data enters and leaves your organization. If you have to send data to a vendor or supplier, make sure it is encrypted and that the other party has proper data security precautions in place. System security goes hand-in-hand with data security. System security describes the controls and safeguards that an organization takes to ensure its networks and resources are safe from downtime, interference or malicious intrusion.
Your computer’s operating system (OS) manages all of the software and hardware on the computer. Most of the time, there are several different computer programs running at the same time, and they all need to access your computer’s central processing unit (CPU), memory, and storage. The operating system coordinates all of this to make sure each program gets what it needs.