At CeBIT 2017 in Hannover, the German DATEV and outsourcing specialist Lanos is showcasing the attractive Lanos cloud service for small and medium-sized companies.
Whenever companies have to meet new requirements in their IT landscape - or, at the very latest, when controlling starts complaining about climbing IT costs - senior management has to make a decision. Which parts of the IT infrastructure could best be outsourced and which tasks can be entrusted to an external service provider? DATEV and outsourcing specialist Lanos is at CeBIT to explain the main rules for developing a futureproof IT strategy while showcasing its attractive Lanos cloud service for data center operations and managed services.
"In the face of increasingly complex IT requirements these days, more and more companies are questioning how cost-effective their in-house IT will be in the long term," says Hans-Jürgen Fockel, the managing director of LANOS. "We developed the cost-effective and scalable LANOS cloud service package in order to meet companies' needs for improved networking, high availability, performance, mobility and flexible locations without incurring operational risks or compromising data security. This means all IT services, from the system technology through to workflow optimization, can be custom-aligned to the company’s own infrastructure in the form of a modular system - no matter whether IT is run in-house or in a data center." Customers can choose between three differently configured service packages - compact, classic or comfort - to suit their own range of requirements and infrastructure.