By sharing your IT burden with an external team, you enable your employees to focus solely on their core expertise and enable them to truly contribute to your business. The workload is reduced which in turn help employees focus on more activities like tapping the new market for sale and expansion. Outsourcing the IT services as provided by external companies can benefit organizations and their employees for better control over its new operations.
Infosys operates 10 innovation hubs and digital studios on four continents. These allow businesses to explore digital technologies such as IoT, AI, machine learning, wearables, experimental interfaces and more. Infosys has established a broad set of partners that allow organizations to develop intellectual property (IP) and leading-edge technology solutions. Top partners include: Adobe, AWS, EMC, GE, Google, HP, IBM, Microsoft, NTT, SAP, Salesforce, ServiceNow and VMware.
DXC offers expertise for different industries and sectors as well as in key domain areas, including analytics, cloud and platform services, Internet of Things, and application services. A key offering is DXC Bionix, an approach built on intelligent automation at scale. It incorporates AI, lean process methodologies and an extensive partner network to automate workflows and improve response times, accuracy and standardization. DXC is heavily focused on emerging technologies, including blockchain, IoT, robotics and autonomous vehicles.
Since IT products and services are the bread and butter of managed IT service providers, you can count on them to suggest you the best options in line with your business requirements and budget. Dedicated managed IT service providers are engaged in providing necessary consultancy services which are essential to understand the working and benefits of new managed IT services and operations.
Backup and Disaster Recovery (BDR)—a combination of data backup and disaster-recovery solutions that works cohesively to ensure an organization's critical business functions will continue to operate despite serious incidents or disasters that might otherwise have interrupted them, or will be recovered to an operational state within a reasonably short period.