Just a few of our System Center services we offer...
Infrastructure & Architecture Design
Implementing a new tool or service can bring risk, but proper planning, designing, and execution of these phases can enable your business the needed and desired growth. This makes the next few steps absolutely crucial. If you’re looking to implement Microsoft’s System Center Configuration Manager at your organization to assist with various administration tasks and automate processes — secure your investment by making certain your organization addresses the most critical portion of your project. Let us help to ensure your organization follows best practices and industry standards from our accredited Architects & Engineers.
OS Deployments & Life-cycle Management
Regardless of the type of infrastructure your organization possesses, we offer a range of engineering and consulting options for your Configuration Manager infrastructure to meet your needs. Services vary from offline OS deployments, PXE configuration and other boot methods, image customization, and more. No matter the deployment methodology used — rest assured you will be in capable hands throughout the full systems development life cycle, from planning to deployment.
At JCG, we understand that suffering from an unhealthy enterprise can be crippling. Some of the leading causes that attribute to this problem are due to the lack of resources, no internal standardization, employee turnover, and poor practices. If your organization has experienced any of the aforementioned reasons, there is a high probability your overall system health could be suffering. Our team of experts can mend your organization back to first-rate status by addressing your organizations’ setbacks.
TrendsSeveral key IT trends have reshaped the industry, creating new
opportunities for enterprises and service providers. These trends include
Business innovation and agility drive the need for enhanced deployment, system, and integration flexibility. Such flexibility demands new application and service architectures that promote greater connectivity for the end user from virtually anywhere, anytime, on any device. These applications, built on new frameworks with richer sets of common services, empower the end user to take advantage of familiar productivity, collaboration, and social networking tools. Organizations deploy these frameworks on-premises, in the cloud, and in hybrid environments.
Innovations in consumer computing devices enable end users to work from almost anywhere, making them more productive. Highly mobile device form factors now provide instant connectivity and powerful features such as touch screens, cameras, and GPS. These enhanced capabilities have created rich user experiences and preferences that carry with them certain expectations of enterprise computing. This “consumerization of IT” trend offers enterprise IT teams opportunities to support and incorporate these experiences and devices, enabling whole new work scenarios with convenient access to data and applications in the field and new contextually relevant device applications.
The exponential growth of available data creates significant challenges for IT. The data often comes from a variety of internal and external sources, not to mention business and personal computing devices, and different structured and unstructured formats. As a result, relevant and useful data insights remain hidden in combinations of multiple data sources. In many cases, the sheer volume of data prevents organizations from capturing and analyzing information with traditional methods such as storage in a database for query and analysis. In certain cases, the data streams at a rate and volume that prevents any data capture or process beyond a limited window of time.
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To address the challenges of new applications, device proliferation, and data explosion, organizations need to find effective and efficient ways to harness the latest IT innovations in their environments. The ability to abstract resources from individual hardware components into a pooled set of resources while maintaining workload isolation enables organizations to achieve highly agile workload provisioning, continuous availability, elastic scaling, and optimal use of Trends Unified management for the Cloud OS with System Center 2012 R2 2 resources. The cloud-computing delivery model has evolved with new IT service delivery models to render and manage these capabilities to their full potential.
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