While most organizations are bracing for the post-pandemic world, flexible working setups, including working from home, is seen to be part of their business operations.
A recent survey by the Management Association of the Philippines (MAP) and PwC Philippines showed that 73 percent of 161 CEO respondents see their organization implementing a work-from-home policy even after the pandemic eases.
For Fujitsu Philippines, Inc., ensuring smooth business operations while employees work remotely requires proper management and maintenance of IT infrastructures.
IT infrastructure management, which refers to the administration of essential operational elements, has always been integral for businesses. These components include the servers, networks, data storage, physical and virtual facilities, processes, policies, training, security, mobile and virtual functionality, cloud-based services, among other elements that make up the IT infrastructure.
Amid the pandemic, it is all the more critical for organizations to ensure that they can utilize technology, information, and data effectively, efficiently, and proactively, said Fujitsu Philippines President and CEO Raul “Cricket” Santiago.
It also helps make smarter IT decisions, limit disasters, reduce additional costs caused by unexpected repairs and interruptions, and keep business operations run smoothly.
“Since the pandemic started, we have seen some of our customers needed to reorganize their strategies and the way they do business, centered on digital business models. While their digital transformation initiatives started years ago, the pandemic pushed their acceleration,” added Santiago. “On our part, we make sure that their IT infrastructures, including their networks and other digital transformation investments, run smoothly through our InfraCare.”
The InfraCare brand defines Fujitsu Philippines’ capability to deliver consistent, high-quality IT infrastructure services to nationwide deployment requirements.
“At Fujitsu, we are committed to delivering consistent, high-quality IT infrastructure services. Through InfraCare, we give our customers the freedom to focus on their core business. It provides them with a single point of contact to quality services and enables them to focus critical resources on their day-to-day business, rather than the complexities of managing their IT infrastructure,” said Santiago.
InfraCare services are also tailor-fitted to each customer’s needs, considering several factors, such as the geographical location and IT strategy, providing integrated infrastructure services for data center, network, and mobility, including a focus on implementation. It also encompasses the Fujitsu’s maintenance services for uninterrupted service support.
Supported by a team of skilled services personnel, InfraCare is backed by Fujitsu’s global expertise, methodologies, solution innovation, as well as proven flexibility in delivering IT infrastructure, from consultation to implementation and ongoing management of services.
To learn more, visit the Fujitsu Philippines, Inc.’s website at http://www.fujitsu.com/ph.