Siwel Consulting Inc., a leading IT Consulting, IT Asset Management and Data Management company in NYC, helps maximize the efficiency and reduce costs of data centers with custom infrastructure solutions.
To create these custom, modular infrastructure solutions, the NYC data management company targets five key components they say are essential to building a Next Generation data center for their clients. Together with their industry partners like IBM, NetApp, VMware and others, Siwel Consulting creates “best-of-breed” data centers for business of all sizes. The cornerstone of Siwel’s data centers is that they can be deployed simply, with minimal risk and predictable, positive results.
The five key components of Siwel Consulting’s Next Generation data infrastructure include storage and data management, server infrastructure, virtualization, IT asset management, and professional staffing.
The NYC data management company offers Next Generation storage solutions that are easy to implement and accessible to all users. Server infrastructures are reliable and flexible and all Next Generation data centers created by Siwel include a comprehensive IT Asset Management program that combines timely, accurate business intelligence with excellent business analytics, to support better business decisions.
Siwel Consulting offers more information about their Next Generation data centers online at http://www.siwel.com/our-vision/data-center-infrastructure/. More information can also be obtained by calling the NYC data management company directly at 212.691.9326.
Siwel Consulting, a leading IT Consulting and IT Asset Management company headquartered in NYC, attended the first major IT Asset Management conference of 2013, the IAITAM Spring ACE which took place in Houston, Texas at the Royal Sonesta Hotel. Over the past 10 years, IAITAM (International Association of IT Asset Managers) has hosted only one conference per year; however attendance was increasing so much that the organization decided to offer two conferences this year in different geographies – one in Houston and the second in St. Petersburg, Florida.
The event drew 420 registered attendees representing companies from across the country. Due to the convenient location in Houston, many oil and energy companies from this region participated. There were 30 vendors that exhibited, promoting their IT Asset Management (ITAM) solutions and services.
The conference began each day with breakfast and a keynote speaker presentation. The keynotes were not very compelling. They were followed by four session tracks offering a variety of important themes in IT Asset Management. Both vendors promoting their products and services, and end-user organizations sharing case studies delivered the sessions. Here is a sample of some of the session topics:
· ITAM Best Practices
· Oracle License Management in VMware Virtual Environments
· Using ITAM to Reduce Costs in the Virtual Data Center
· Software Audits: Songs of Microsoft & Oracle
· The ITAM Dream Team: How to Create and Maintain It
· Mobile Device Management
· Using RFID to Manage IT Assets
· A Unified Approach to SAM as a Service
· The 7 Biggest Mistakes Companies Make When Disposing of their IT Assets
· Vendor Management Best Practices in Today’s Changing World
One of the session formats that was very popular was “Ask the Fellows.” IAITAM has a team of nominated Fellows who are experts in ITAM and represent both the end-user and vendor communities. The Fellows ran a series of sessions with a good variety of topics to choose from. The session format involved an open forum where the audience asked questions of the experts. These sessions were very interactive and beneficial to end-users who were interested in bouncing ideas off their peers or had specific ITAM problems they were trying to solve.
The smaller size of this conference lended itself to productive networking. Often times, a larger conference with numerous participants can be overwhelming, making it much more challenging to build strong business relationships.
In speaking with end-users and vendors, both groups seemed pleased with the IAITAM conference and found it very productive. Many folks participated for the first time while others had been attending the conference for years. The IAITAM conference has become the annual gathering place for ITAM experts to exchange ideas and information, raise the awareness and the level of the profession, and move the industry forward.
The IAITAM Fall ACE Conference will take place on October 15-17, 2013 at the Tradewinds Island Grand in St. Petersburg, Florida and should prove to be of equal benefit and quality.
Siwel Consulting brings together top performers with best of breed technology from leading partners to create truly optimized IT solutions that are aligned with an organization’s overall business objectives. Their IT consultants offer the highest level of expertise that differentiates them from every other IT consulting organization.
The NYC IT consulting company’s Next Generation IT solutions help organizations reduce costs and generate incremental revenue. Siwel Consulting offers three main areas of service:
· IT Infrastructure Services
· IT Asset Management
· IT Staffing Services
These service categories are further broken down into customized IT solutions that include:
IT Infrastructure Services:
IT Asset Management (ITAM)
IT Staffing Services
Siwel is an NYC IT consulting firm that works closely with every client to align IT strategy with overall business objectives. Every Siwel solution is designed to deliver measurable results. Their ‘consultants first’ philosophy results in greater operational efficiency, new sources of competitive advantage and additional revenue opportunities.
To learn more about Siwel Consulting, please visit them online at http://www.siwel.com