The following Paragraphs are taken from the Government Design Manual:
Over the course of the next five years, Garner believe enterprises will spend $112 billion cumulatively software as a service (SaaS), platform as a service (PaaS) and infrastructure as a service (IaaS) [Gartner11]. Among the reasons given was a desire to reduce the Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) for products and services. A survey conducted by Gartner in 2H10 in EMEA with 90 respondents, established the primary reasons SaaS was being considered. The most common reason selected (with 48 out of 90 respondents) was: "…considered to be more cost-effective from a TCO standpoint than on-premises solutions."
Have you recently graduated in a computer science or mathematics related degree? Anaeko has partnered with Foot In The Door to offer graduates a chance to have a program working with cloud computing technologies at Anaeko.
Anaeko is an IT Service Management (ITSM) software company with a focus on solving the service management challenges as organizations move to the cloud. The company delivers tailored software products and solutions that help these organizations monitor and manage large IT environments, particularly hybrid environments that combine on-premise, private cloud and public cloud resources.
Anaeko’s ServiceClarity now offers government departments and agencies a cost effective method of maximising business benefit from the move to the cloud.
Anaeko, the IT Service Management software firm, today announced that its ServiceClarity Solution is available via the UK Government’s Cloudstore , just enter the cloud store and search Anaeko.
As regular speakers at IT Service Management Forum events, Anaeko are delighted to announce that they will be sponsoring the collaborative event held by itSMF Ireland and ISACA Ireland this week.
The event combines the two chapters to hold the Joint IT Governance Conference on Friday 12th October. This event is sure to provide an unique approach to all its members who attend.
On Monday 25th June soon-to-be graduates in Computer Studies were invited to take part in a “No Strings Attached” 3 minute pitch of their most recent mobile work at Mobile Monday, hosted in Belfast’s Farset Labs.
MobileMonday Belfast co-founded by Norbert Sagnard and Anaeko's CTO Colm Hayden invited students from UU, QUB and Kainos AppCamp to the event to show their recent mobile apps in front of a packed room full of their peers, lecturers, potential employers and industry professionals.
Picture Sourced: SyncNI.com Pictured at MoMo Belfast event includes: MoMo Co-Founders Norbert Sagnard & Colm Hayden, Farset Labs Andrew Bolster and Some of the Graduates who showcased their apps.
The first itSMF event of 2012 was hosted by Anaeko in our Belfast Office and featured great networking opportunities for ITSM peers based in the Northern Ireland Region and included presentations covering the areas of Service Level Management, Performance Management & Configuration Management from local members.
Anaeko hosts itSMF event 27th April 2012 , CTO presents on ‘ The impact of as-a-Service models on Service Level Management ‘
Where: Anaeko, Weavers Court Business Park, LinField Road, Belfast
Start Time: 09:30 AM
End Time: 15:30 PM
Our first event for 2012 will feature good opportunities for networking with your ITSM peers based in the Northern Ireland Region and includes presentations covering the areas of Service Level Management, Performance Management & Configuration Management from local members.There will also be an update from the itSMF UK Office with up to date news on new initiatives.
Designers, engineers and marketers came together this weekend at SpringUp Belfast to build a startup business and pitch to experienced early-stage investors. Each team only had 28 hours starting on Saturday 21st April in the Farset Lab Studios in Weavers Court Business Park, Belfast to get from concept to demo and pitch.