IT Infrastructure Practice

Capacity monitoring/planning

Wireless and wired network operations

Asset lifecycle

Security (malware/virus protection)


Network utilization

For organizations to remain competitive in a rapidly unfolding digital era and beyond, IT must embrace digital transformation and invest in the requisite foundational IT infrastructure needed to achieve it. Without a shred of doubt, digital transformation is redefining how organizations of all sizes across the world are doing business.

Harnessing the power of the cloud, mobility, big data, and analytics, organizations leverage new digital competencies to transform every step of the value chain thus leading to the creation of new revenue streams whilst eliminating inefficient and redundant processes. The outcome is a shift away from repetitive day-to-day tasks to more strategic, future-looking work.

IT infrastructure has long been a critical support element powering businesses across the globe. For many years, organizations have been challenged to adapt their IT infrastructures in line with the evolving needs of the business. This has never been truer than it is today, in a rapidly evolving market that is subject to an uncertain economic future, and exposed to significant digital business change. Businesses also have to contend with a new generation of tech-savvy consumers who form the bulk of the demand curve.

IT infrastructures are having to adapt to these new market realities, to deliver the agile foundations for this digital transformation.

The challenge for today’s IT infrastructure solution providers is not to do the old things better. Instead, the challenge is to start embracing radically new ways of delivering technology solutions to today’s new business challenges.

With this understanding, Infosphere System Limited has developed capabilities to design and deliver IT solutions that encompass greater agility, more ability to scale up and down in less time, and at a higher level of efficiency whilst protecting and securing our customers’ systems, applications and data at all times.

Traditional data-center architectures can make every step of the infrastructure lifecycle complex and time-consuming. A robust and modern IT infrastructure, leveraging on cloud-native concepts such as software-defined networking and automation, is vital to enhance the overall efficiency of an organization’s IT infrastructure while also ensuring cost savings and security of critical business data.