Problems of computational resources demand growth
Often IT-department is perceived as a wasteful department though in practice just this department provides basis for effective work of present day organization. The problem is that commonly only expenditures for IT-infrastructure are taken into account and its services cannot be counted. This fact disturbs not only IT-department for which it is difficult to prove new expenses for development and maintenance of systems but also users for which it is difficult to receive service of required quality in time. Moreover this approach results in inefficient usage of available resources.
Secured document flow inside and outside the company
Information containing critical business data becomes more and more expensive. Number of cases when motivated employees (insiders) forward important corporate information to adversaries using e-mail, USB-storages and social networks increases as well.
Security of user passwords
User’s credentials are always at risk. The problem of “insecure” passwords is common for a lot of companies and can result in unauthorized access to critical business data and resources of the organization.
Network connections security
Nowadays using mobile devices as corporate ones becomes a leading trend. It results in additional risks related to thefts of critical business information and infecting IT-infrastructure by adversaries.
Problem of using personal devices in corporate IT-infrastructure (BYOD)
You cannot stop BYOD, you can only manage it. For that there are solutions, which we will help you to implement in the course of planning and implementing “corporate mobility”.
Cooperative work with documents
Generally automating cooperative work with documents begins with creating shared network folders on workstations. Further file server can be dedicated to store templates and shared documents. Shared MS Access spreadsheets and databases are often used for management accounting. Approving and cooperative work with documents are usually carried out by e-mailing.