The FrontRange Professional Service organization gives companies the expertise of the service team.
FrontRange Solutions adds heat services to IT Service Management and Client Management with accompanying services. The corresponding Professional Service Organization (PSO) examines and optimizes existing solutions on request, advises and assists companies with the implementation of software and supports migration projects. The service components include certified installations, solution workshops and fit / gap processes, business process configuration, business integration and data conversion. If necessary, the team also carries out the necessary training for the users.
The billing of the services can be carried out in three ways: by effort, as a lump sum or through a quota offer, in which the customer has a certain amount available, which is used up.
“Our Professional Services team offers our customers a clear added value: they not only benefit from the knowledge of our experts, but also have their costs under control through the flexible billing models,” explains Anton Kreuzer, Managing Director of FrontRange Solutions in Germany. “In addition to cost, comprehensive requirements analysis plays a crucial role in the success of projects. Only when these become known can an optimal implementation be carried out in close cooperation with the customer and our experts. “
eBook UCC: What users need and what the network can handle
Telephony, Presence Messages, Shared Applications – Unified Communications and Collaboration (UCC) can be a lot, just not a ready-made off-the-shelf solution. Our free eBook shows which components are useful when and which infrastructure you need.
UCC is now much more than just a replacement for the classic telephone system. IP-Insider now presents current applications and solution components in the eBook “UCC in Focus”. In particular, IT administrators will find out which network bandwidths and server capacities they need to maintain, so that the communication really runs smoothly.
The free book is dedicated to both technical and human aspects of communication. Provocatively, a chapter asks, for example, how much UCC network and users actually cope with.
On a technical level, the work explores, among other things, the potential and limits of converged IP networks – and provides concrete planning aids for WLAN, LAN and WAN. Using the example of a video conferencing system, readers also learn how many components of a UCC solution can be outsourced to the cloud . Finally, the issue of reliability is addressed.
1. Reduce costs
One of the most obvious benefits of moving a business daily into the cloud is that it can provide significant savings for small businesses. For beginners, cloud computing is purely hardware. Virtualization increases the value of physical server hardware, which means businesses can do more with less.The hardware installation is reduced, maintenance, repair, and support costs for small businesses are also reduced. Those savings are small but quite so useful.
2. Better cooperation
Collaborate easily in the cloud. The ability to save and access various files through the cloud allows employees to easily work from the same document. Cloud collaboration tools, such as Google Drive, allow users to upload, edit, and comment on documents, making their collaboration work better. In addition, employers can choose to limit what employees can access.
Today, 37 percent small businesses of US have familiar fully with cloud computing, and Intuit’s study in 2014 predicts that it will double to 80 percent by 2020. Here are four reasons why small business owners should consider moving to the cloud: