The Challenges businesses are facing
As IT continues to advance into the realm of extreme specialization and touches all aspects of business, system complexity, organizational policy and individual needs are often in conflict – a situation that creates stress on resources and triggers increasing costs.
Organizations keep a keen eye on staff resources, technological advances, and compliance procedures, while constantly seeking new strategies to remain competitive, intending IT as a contributing factor; as opposed to an obstacle to success.
Capital expenditure, cost of staffing and supporting technology initiatives squeeze the bottom line. The challenge is now how to turn all into a contributing factor for success in this age.
vpcAsia solutions to major five business challenges
Regulatory compliance affects many industries such as finance, which requires implementation of verifiable safeguards and procedures.
vpcAsia provides immediate regulatory compliance and willingly submits to independent audit procedures.
Security & Confidentiality
IT security requires constant attention. Attacks and vulnerabilities create risks to systems and data. Patches / fixes are applied retroactively, leaving assets exposed to risks.
Threats can be rendered harmless in a well-designed IT infrastructure as systems are never exposed to risks in the first place.
The total cost of ownership refers to that of IT over its life cycle. Staff & equipment reveal as the most transparent costs, but electricity, licenses, research, downtime and auditing - among many others - require added consideration in this accounting.
In an outsourcing model, vpcAsia absorbs all upfront and hidden costs associated with providing service, and issues a simple monthly invoice.
IT as a competitive advantage
IT can compliment business strategy and drive innovation. But daily needs in IT departments tend to focus on day-to-day support and maintenance tasks, which relegates innovation to planning sections and project management.
Outsourcing to vpcAsia the mundane tasks that add little value to the business will create freedom across IT teams to focus more on innovation and core business.
Best practices demand that downtime be limited to minutes per year. But such infrastructure setups require major capital investments and continuous maintenance.
vpcAsia's embedded business continuity and disaster recovery plans reduce data loss to zero as business delivery returns quickly.