Check out the latest issue of our customer newsletter, the INSIDER, a place for IT professionals to explore the latest news, trends and tips. This month’s edition features a look at the challenges facing IT availability experts in 2013, lessons learned from Hurricane Sandy, a new Managed Private Cloud service, and a quick survey on IT issues facing your company in the new year.
Our feature story outlines the key availability lessons learned from Hurricane Sandy. Companies of all sizes faced incredible IT recovery challenges due to unprecedented flooding, prolonged power outages, extensive property damage and logistical problems caused by wide-scale road closures. Learn more about the lessons SunGard learned in working with its customers before, during and after Sandy.
To start off 2013 on the right foot, we take a look at the major IT availability issues facing companies in the year ahead. One thing is quite clear: IT resiliency will be more critical than ever before. The reason? Businesses today have a low tolerance for downtime, and it is getting lower all the time. Read on to find out what you need to know face a new year filled with IT challenges and changes.
SunGard Enterprise Cloud Services (ECS) deliver world-class IT infrastructure and operational support. Now, in addition to multi-tenant cloud services, SunGard offers dedicated, private cloud environments for applications requiring higher levels of protection. Get the details here.
What availability topics are of interest to you? What are the top issues your business faces in 2013? What topics would you like to see us address in future communications to you? Take our brief survey and let us know what you think.
In our latest customer spotlight, we take a look at McKesson Corporation, who quickly met its deadline for product rollout and delivered a highly reliable disaster recovery solution to its customers as part of its software-as-a-service offering for physician practices.
Finally, we bring you the latest news coverage on SunGard and an overview of events coming in the next three months.