It has been argued that facility and enterprise data centers are to an organization what a brain is to the human body. Data centers have become the indispensable nerve center to almost every major, and not so major, business operation. In addition to providing day-to-day holding and processing of almost all vital organizational information, data centers are often critical to both internal and external communications, and can control the organization's interface with the outside world. It's impossible to overstate their importance. As a result, ensuring the comprehensive functionality and operational security of the data center has become IT job number one.
Global IT provider Beacon Enterprise Solutions continues to outperform other companies precisely because its growing list of clients trust them to provide the level of data center design, installation, and ongoing support services that other companies don't. Beacon and its various strategic partners have proven themselves a superior resource for virtually any data center requirement, from initial planning and integrated design, to startup and day-two management, along with handling moves, additions, and changes to infrastructure. Through the use of Smart Enterprise software, Central Service Desks, and continuing engineering support, Beacon has become synonymous with the idea of technology lifecycle management.
Beacon's newest offering, Project Management Office (NYSE:PMO) is designed to optimize data center intelligence, by bringing together, in an easy-to-view and controllable way, all of the critical actionable data that IT and facility managers dream of having. Through a user-configurable dashboard, with WYSIWYG displays, key people are able to instantly see what is happening, and what is not happening, and can catch problems before they interfere with operations.
Beacon revenue continues to grow with the company most recently reporting a 51% increase in net sales, and a 97% increase in gross profit for Q1 2012.
For additional information, visit the company's website at AskBeacon.com
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