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IT Infrastructure Strategy

We live in digital ecosystems that are becoming more complex every year. As a result, IT infrastructure has become an essential part of digitalization. When an organization has the right IT infrastructure strategy, it functions as the foundation for an agile, sustainable, secure, and resilient digital business.

The Foundation for a Strategic Initiative

IT Cost Optimization

Internal audits can make a world of difference for a company's bottom line. They act as a bird's eye view of infrastructure strategy resources, making it a snap to pinpoint overspending and inefficiency. Cost optimization allows organizations to use their resources more efficiently and open new revenue opportunities.

Budget optimization doesn't mean slashing the budget on energy costs and cloud infrastructure. Sometimes, it means the opposite. While automation and new technology require significant upfront investments, digital transformation may contribute to savings in the future. That way, a business boosts both its short-term productivity and its long-term revenue.

Go-Forward Roadmap
Reaching corporate goals requires guidance and direction. An IT roadmap helps companies get from point A to point B. At Prime TSR, we analyze, assess, and quantify existing infrastructure environments and determine what shortcomings need reinforcement. It's not enough to create a business development plan and give it to a client. That's why we work with organizations to execute the roadmap, whether that involves integrating mobile devices, overhauling data centers, or enabling end-user computing in on-premises and off-premises platforms. This hands-on approach minimizes operational risks and interruption to business outcomes.
Flexible Choices
Every company has unique capabilities. It's what sets them apart from competitors. At Prime TSR, we offer cloud consulting services and infrastructure roadmaps built around those strengths. Our technology delivery models turbocharge digital transformation that aligns with business interests. Reshaping various platforms requires collaboration with an organization's IT department, not a top-down approach. IT professionals understand the weak points in the existing network and serve as a valuable voice in the push for network change. Our experts work closely with the IT department to revolutionize security, technologies, hybrid cloud infrastructure, and service delivery at the same time.

Our Service Offerings

Benchmarking & IT Strategy
Before a company can achieve hyper-converged infrastructure, it needs to audit existing systems. A holistic view can identify single points of failure, bottlenecks, and other risks that threaten business continuity. Our experts figure out how to implement emerging technologies and protocols and how to satisfy industry, state, and national regulation benchmarks simultaneously.
Infrastructure Technology Services
Infrastructure technology services don't come with a one-size-fits-all solution. Enacting meaningful change often requires implementing multiple initiatives across physical and digital assets. At Prime TSR, we handle heterogeneous services such as data center facilities, network architectures, server management and migration, network security, and disaster recovery.
Infrastructure Managed Services (IMS)
Up-to-date technology won't make a difference if a company doesn't maintain the new technologies and methodologies. IMS offers clear boundaries to keep business infrastructure on track with security measures, risk management, and regulation benchmarks. The process mirrors a doctor's visit, giving IT the tweaks and upgrades it needs to reach maximum efficiency.

We Are With You Every Step of the Way

Prime TSR has the unique capabilities to help you build an IT infrastructure strategy. We work side-by-side with clients to develop actionable plans that align with their corporate goals. Our industry experts find creative ways to incorporate innovative technologies and next-generation infrastructure, setting up companies for long-term success. Let us build you a roadmap to where you want to go. Our strategists are ready to modernize your approach to IT through proven techniques and new technologies. Call or email us to kickstart your digital transformation today.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is IT infrastructure strategy?

IT infrastructure refers to the operation, management, and deployment of IT services and solutions. Companies can implement an IT plan within a cloud computing system or at its facilities. Without this framework, an organization cannot deliver infrastructure services to employees, customers, and business partners or handle internal network management.

What are the seven components of IT infrastructure?

An IT department can tailor information technology based on a company's needs and budget. However, most systems share seven components:

  • Computer hardware platforms, such as server and client machines
  • Operating system platforms, including Windows, UNIX, and macOS
  • Enterprise software applications like PeopleSoft and SAP
  • Networking and telecommunications platforms, such as UNIX and Linux
  • Data management and storage, which covers traditional storage methods and cloud services
  • Internet platforms that allow a business to maintain its intranet, extranet, and corporate sites
  • Consulting and system integrations services that merge legacy software systems

What should an IT strategy include?

No two companies are the same. Therefore, no two organizations should have identical infrastructure environments. The best plans consider a company's current technology, and it needs to stay relevant in the future.

Some pillars of modern infrastructure strategies include:

  • Cloud strategy.
  • Mobile-first strategy.
  • Advanced analytics strategy.
  • Data center architecture design or redesign strategy.
  • Identity and access management (IAM) strategy.
  • Broadband and wireless connectivity strategy.
  • Disaster recovery and incident management strategies.

What are IT infrastructure components?

Infrastructure components are the interconnected elements that make up an IT infrastructure strategy. As a rule of thumb, companies often divide components into two groups: hardware and software.

Hardware includes desktop computers, servers, routers, and data centers. Meanwhile, software encompasses content management systems, enterprise resource planning, and customer relationship management.