ICT Infrastructure management

The ICT sector has seen relentless change ever since its inceptions. Companies who deal in ICT are constantly facing the challenge to innovative to not only understand the change but also to give shape to evolving technologies. Many tech companies come up with a disruptive intervention in the technological sphere setting a whole new trend in the market. Most tech companies are into some kind of innovation.

Currently there are some technological trends that are shaping the ICT sector and it infrastructure services in companies . These trends are creating new value for the customers as well as the industry. Cloud Computing: using smart technology like robots and autonomous machines is one the evolving foundations of the Networked Society that is all about spreading intelligence through cloud. Artificial intelligence, especially big data analytics, knowledge management and machine learning is helping a lot of progress in smart machines. Storing, computing and connecting systems are being shifted to a cloud platform that further enhances collaborations through robots and sensors. Self-managed devices: evolving technology causes sensory data to merge with artificial intelligence techniques, this makes a large number of sensors to be merged and processed that in turn causes a system to have a higher-level view. It causes more accurate interactions. By combining a multitude of data from different sensors, a baseline for intelligent processing is created.

ICT Infrastructure Management:

ICT Infrastructure Management is the middle point between service management and technology. The goal of ICT Infrastructure management is to use proven and time tested processes to provide a stable operating environment for the IT functions using latest technologies.

ICT Infrastructure Management looks into these four areas:

Planning and designing: processes are designed and set up to further plan and design the enterprise architecture. The team who set up these processes work with architects to understand the design needs and thereby set up standards and workflows.

Deployment: after the process is set up it is finally deployed. The goal is that any change in the hardware or software should affect the production operations as minimally as possible.

Operations: the operations processes cover the daily work and activities to maintain and monitor a stable IT infrastructure and environment.

Technical Support: technical support is needed is continually. They not only solve problems but also prevent upcoming problems. Technical support team identifies the problems and solves it on time.

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