IBM has embraced an array of emerging technologies that help organizations build highly integrated and innovative technology platforms that support next-generation capabilities. It focuses heavily on AI, blockchain, IoT, cloud and advanced analytics, including machine learning. The company has taken a lead position in the development of quantum computing frameworks. Although these systems remain in a beta phase for now, IBM R&D is moving the technology from the lab to commercial viability. IBM remains a leader in IT services. It offers a broad array of platforms and services directly or through an MSP model that incorporates other leading tech vendors.

Cyber Duo secured a moving and storage company’s website after it was attacked. They installed firewalls to ensure the site runs well and provided ongoing monitoring to prevent future breaches. The website is running again, and the new security measures performed well in testing, demonstrating that the solution will be effective against future attacks.


Industry standards and regulations are continuously changing. Technologies are ever-evolving, and customer engagement is getting redefined every other day. The changing market trends and industry regulations have a direct impact on businesses’ day-to-day operational demands. Not having the ability to keep pace with technology only restrains the efforts that the company is making to grow. This is where a managed service provider is becoming inevitability for fast-scaling enterprises.
Key areas of focus include digital innovation and transformation; developing specific digital services applied to areas such as engineering, digital manufacturing and digital customer experience; and technology operations that span automation, infrastructure, application development and maintenance, testing and end-user services. With 16 worldwide centers devoted to applied innovation, Capgemini has established itself as an R&D leader. These facilities allow clients to experiment, develop and test technology in a highly controlled setting. Capgemini’s strategic philosophy revolves around the four key dimensions: value, risk mitigation, capability optimization and organization alignment.
Impac is a qualified full-service consulting company that specializes in Oracle products. To serve a large customer base in the Pacific Northwest and Western Canada, they leverage their core competencies in strategy, planning, installation, implementation, training, and ongoing support of Oracle solutions. For managed cloud services, their accredited professionals work 24 hours a day to ensure the server of their clients and the applications they host achieve optimum performance
At the outset of enterprise computing, information technology services and management was on a break/fix basis, meaning that computer systems were only managed by an expert when they did not work, necessitating a technician to fix it. This technician may also have been the person who built and/or installed the computer system, due to the proliferation of small IT shops that specialized in this small-scale client services at the time.
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