Psychologists say that knowledge doubles every 10 years. As Information Technology is the main driver today for knowledge development, the amount of information produced by new technologies is overwhelming. It is hard even for the certified specialists to keep up with this rhythm, as certifications tend to concentrate on a short range of technologies or products in order to be human-attainable.
Working with Stonebit Consulting as your technology partner with skills to select the necessary technologies and use them to extract maximum of benefits from the available applications and equipment on an optimized IT budget is a premium competitive advantage in any market. Working on our projects we have found successful recipes for combining business processes, technology resources, management tools and operating personnel skills that allowed our customers to extend the range of services provided by the Information Systems and achieve high operational efficiency.
Using our proven methods we provide
Solutions for complete infrastructure architectures including:
For an organization's information technology, infrastructure management (IM) is the management of essential operation components, such as policies, processes, equipment, data, human resources, and external contacts, for overall effectiveness. Infrastructure management is sometimes divided into categories of systems management, network management, and storage management. Although all business activities depend upon the infrastructure, planning and projects to ensure its effective management are typically undervalued to the detriment of the organization. According to IDC, a prominent research firm, investments in infrastructure management have the largest single impact on an organizatioSecurityn's revenue.
Today, security is often a strategic issue handled at executive level. There are frameworks for information and IT security, often in the form of policies, guidelines and instructions. Yet still many organizations feel their mission-critical systems are at risk. The problem often lies in compliance with these frameworks, resulting in shortcomings reported in security audits and disruptive security incidents. We help our customers take control of security by working with security management. We focus on how to create the right security level then implement our findings throughout the business, creating lasting and controllable measures.
Solutions for complete security architectures including:
Solutions for applications management architectures including:
The ability to see how a running application is performing is a more crucial task than ever, but it's gotten more complicated. Slowdowns inevitably occur. Not being able to see what's going on in the end user's browser may turn into a new Achilles heel of IT administration, especially when all components of the application are no longer on premises. The modern application performance management systems require an ability to see an application and its dependencies, compile statistics on normal operations, perform real-time analysis to detect anomalies, and do diagnostics to determine what can be done to correct what's gone wrong. No systems perform all functions perfectly, despite bringing some new strengths to the process.
Desktop management is a comprehensive approach to managing all the computers within an organization. Despite its name, desktop management includes overseeing laptops and other computing devices as well as desktop computers. Traditional desktop management tasks include installing and maintaining hardware and software, spam filtering, and administering user permissions. In recent years, however, security-related tasks have become an increasingly large part of desktop management and controlling greynet applications (programs installed without corporate approval, such as instant messaging, file sharing programs, and RSS readers).
Solutions for desktops management architectures including:
Today’s highly competitive global and interdependent companies cannot tolerate their corporate data center to run with operations, availability, or resiliency deficiencies. With energy costs rising, organizations are looking for ways to reduce their total expense of operations. This cost-savings push demands right-sizing and consolidation of the enterprise assets and infrastructure, including the data center. The paradigm of doing more with fewer resources and smaller budgets is challenging to CIOs and compels them to look at various alternatives to address such demanding hunger for more computing power and storage.
Solutions for complete datacenter infrastructure including: