The financial services sector that emerged from the wreckage of the real estate meltdown found itself with a host of challenges that have only continued to evolve and grow. From Sarbanes-Oxley to Dodd-Frank and many other regulations large and small, financial organizations must be more careful than ever to protect and manage data.
Nearly one million new malware exploits arrive daily. Over 70% of Intel/McAfee respondents believe cybersecurity risks to their organization are climbing, and the rise of highly integrated, virtualized infrastructure only increases the potential risk of malware migration. Despite being one of the world’s top breach targets, though, financial organizations must find ways to make client data increasingly convenient and accessible.
Customers demand access to the latest online features, and if your organization doesn’t supply them, one that does is only a click away. Meanwhile, mergers and acquisitions continue throughout the finance community. All of this demands platforms that can adapt quickly while surviving the strains of transition and growth.
A robust, real-time management system for virtualized environments can identify infrastructure contention issues before they strike. With remedial diagnostics to help eliminate these bottlenecks, IT meets its objectives affordably, workers remain more productive, and end-users receive the quality experience they demand.
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The advantages of providing Citrix XenDesktop-based virtual desktops to their employees include the heightened security that it provides as well as the flexibility for employees to work on any device any time. But, to reap those benefits, it is vital that the centralized computing infrastructure be running flawlessly at all times in terms of availability and performance.
Great Customer Service is Knowing What is NOT the Problem Euclid Insurance, located in Itasca, Illinois, knows how important customer service is when growing a business. For almost 60 years, Euclid has been providing brokerage services, employee benefits, retirement programs and property and casualty insurance coverage for companies of all sizes across the U.S. and can attribute customer service to much of their longevity and success. Dan Novak, the IT Manager for Euclid, has his own set of customers to keep happy—the 140 Euclid employees that depend on his virtual and physical network. Dan’s infrastructure currently includes three ESX 4.1