The alternative? Defining automated processes, running 24/7 without need for human intervention, managing both routine tasks and crisis handling
IT pros are expected to do it all — keep servers humming, data lines flowing, laptops and mobile devices running, all while keeping an eye out for the latest tech advances that the CEO is going to hear about and want to implement… tomorrow.
And that technology? By definition, it grows in scope as it improves — especially in the enterprise. IT operation teams spend their days grappling to keep up with the latest changes to software, virtualization, expansion to the Cloud, new security risks, platform support, hardware failures and more.
So no, it’s not the IT staff’s fault that they can’t juggle it all, keeping up with routine maintenance or instant resolution as problems arise. There are simply too many moving parts; so many, in fact, that throwing new hires at it is not only an expensive approach — it simply won’t solve the problem.
The alternative? Defining automated processes, running 24/7 without need for human intervention, managing both routine tasks and crisis handling. It’s the key to assuring smooth operations, trimmed budgets, instant response time, and an end to the constant sense of falling behind, drowning among complaints from colleagues and customers. When one solution can do all that to dramatically improve finances and efficiency, it’s not a question of whether it’s a good idea — it simply an issue of how quickly you can implement it.
Ayehu Software Technologies, Ltd.
Harokmim 26, Holon 5885849 Israel
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San Jose, CA 95113
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New York, NY 10016
Ayehu is the IT Automation and Orchestration platform built for the Digital Era. Powered by machine learning algorithms, it acts as a force multiplier for IT operations, security operations, managed service providers (MSPs) and managed security service providers (MSSPs). Customers can significantly save time on manual and repetitive tasks, respond to incidents with pinpoint accuracy, accelerate mean time to resolution, and maintain greater control over IT infrastructure.