Vox unbundling in line with market needs

March 1, 2017 7:01 am0 comments
Craig Freer, Executive Head of Cloud at Vox.

Craig Freer, Executive Head of Cloud at Vox.

JOHANNESBURG, (CAJ News) – INTEGRATED information and communications technology and connectivity provider, Vox, belives merging its managed services and cloud computing divisions will provide an end-to-end solution for businesses.
This is irrespective of whether the businesses’ infrastructure is hosted on site or in the Cloud.
Craig Freer, executive head: Cloud at Vox, believes that the move to consolidate the two divisions is a direct response to where the market is heading.
“Although we see many companies adopting a Cloud strategy, the majority see this as a phased approach, not a short term goal. In reality, this means a continued reliance on on-site computing as their Cloud strategy evolves,” says Freer.
“With the current ICT skills shortage in South Africa, we are seeing increasing volumes of customers turning to ICT Outsource as a business model.”
The merging of the two divisions has seen the business restructure its core managed services components to be more ‘as a service’ orientated, giving customers full customisability to meet changing business needs.
The company is now able to deliver consistent services irrespective of whether infrastructure is physical or virtual.
“We have aligned all of our products in line with ITIL methodologies and in so doing ensure consistency across everything that we deliver,” adds Freer.

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