Gen-i launches cloud strategy and services for Australasia
Posted on 3-Dec-2009 10:29.
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Gen-i has launched its cloud computing strategy with a portfolio of solutions for the Australasian market. The strategy supports Gen-iís vision of becoming Australasiaís leading provider and integrator of ICT value added services in infrastructure over the next five years.
Gen-i also released details on its Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) portfolio of solutions that provide users with leveraged virtual servers, storage, networking, and desktops.
Gen-iís cloud computing strategy delivers and integrates on premise and cloud services to provide end-to-end solutions that achieve business efficiency, flexibility, productivity, increased customer responsiveness and cost savings. Gen-iís expertise lies in taking the complexity of the various ICT services and delivery models and tailoring a client-facing solution that is straightforward and easy to use.
Gen-i provides clients with fully integrated solutions built from the best global public cloud, local private cloud and on-site hybrid solutions. The complexity of the integration and security across all delivery models is a large part of the value delivered by Gen-iís managed cloud services.
Cloud services delivered by Gen-i are managed in Australasia using the latest technologies. Supported by Gen-iís world class infrastructure, these services are integrated with clientsí existing ICT infrastructures to provide the right mix of technology solutions for clients, backed up by dedicated local service.
Gen-i acts as integrator by leveraging its professional services business to advise clients on the solutions which best meet their business needs. Gen-i provides the full range of consultancy, design, development, implementation and management of cloud services. Gen-i is also a service provider and leverages its managed data proposition to deliver cloud services, including servers, storage, desktop email and security.
Chris Quin, Gen-i Australasia CEO, says Gen-i is investing in existing services as well as adding new capabilities to increase the functionality of Gen-iís offerings, He explains itís how this technology is enabled, managed and utilised that adds real business value to clients, which is where Gen-i comes in.
The roll out of Gen-iís new cloud services will be phased over the next twelve to eighteen months. Gen-iís existing range of cloud-based services includes hosted security (Safecom) and productivity (Managed Mail) offerings.