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It’s raining BSM – BSM in Cloud

Cloud computing is evolving to be about a credible platform for creating a dynamic IT environment, also bolstering user empowerment through the concept of Software-as-a-Service (SaaS). Cloud computing represents a junction of several IT drivers and offers cost-effective solutions to key business demands.

Software as a Service (SaaS) is the highest level of Cloud computing.

SaaS for IT Service Management based on BSM platform has much to offer! With this concept we can focus on providing a support to IT-related activities and the interactions of IT technical personnel with business customers. The best utilization of SaaS is, SMBs can finally reap the benefits of the BSM and ITSM concepts at a reasonable cost!

BSM in Cloud helps to strategize your approach for connecting key IT components to the goals of the business. It enables you to recognize and forecast how technology impacts the business and how business impacts the IT infrastructure.

BSM has often been dubbed as the next generation of management tools. BSM tools are specifically designed at helping network executives prioritize IT projects based on policies that support IT with business goals, processes and services.

Now, the million dollar question is, is SaaS the model that the computing companies will eventually decide to follow? Well, the fact remains, Cloud computing services enable CIOs to reallocate up-front costs for hardware and software to the areas of higher priority, i.e. aligning IT with Business!
CIOs all around the globe are pretty excited about cloud computing as a means to test applications, particularly smaller companies with minimal IT staff or server room for testing a new application or service. Potential cost savings on the infrastructure and being able to pay as they go are also appealing to small and mainly midsized companies.
The IT side of organizations constantly question “How their Service Level Agreements will be impacted if they go with a cloud computing provider?” If some kind of outage happens, what about reliability and latency? Who then is responsible for my SLA?
What I would like to ask you here is: what are your hopes with the cloud computing? If you plan to adopt the cloud model, how are you making a business case for it?
And if you need answers to these questions, or have concerns of your own I would be happy to assist you out! Just drop a mail to info@vyomlabs.com and I will get back to you on the same!
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