How to Choose the Best Pittsburgh Managed Services Provider

Business owners are realizing the importance of utilizing efficient, flexible, and cost-effective IT systems. But as everyone’s expectations rise, IT becomes far too complex and demanding for businesses to manage on their own. This is why many companies outsource their IT to JENLOR.

Selecting the Best Pittsburgh Managed Services Provider

While there are many MSPs in Pittsburgh, not all of them are equipped to meet your company’s unique needs like JENLOR.

Keep in mind these criteria when choosing an Managed Service Provider:

  • Experience – Any MSP should have the skills and experience that go beyond basic software installation, maintenance, and upgrades. At JENLOR, we have expertise in advanced IT functions, such as database management, cloud technology, security, and cross-platform integration, so we can keep up with your company’s growing IT journey.
  • Support – With IT being the backbone of your business operations, you need an IT partner who will be there for the long haul.
  • IT Strategy Call – Searching for a Pittsburgh IT provider? Start with a quick IT Strategy Call with one of our IT experts. We’ll learn about what’s holding you back and determine if JENLOR is the right fit.

Choosing the right provider is a very important step that will impact the performance and success of your business. If you want to learn how JENLOR can support your business, contact us today.

Office 365 Managed Services

Analyzing a graph of active users of Office 365 shows a steady rise with 200 million commercial active monthly users in October 2019, up 20 million every six months. The continuous growth reflects the benefits of Office 365 – with an ROI of 162% and a payback of seven months – and strong enterprise interest in the new workforce collaboration hub, Microsoft Teams. But organizations with Office 365 can find their journey fraught with costly missteps and time-intensive administration – which can be avoided with the benefit of Office 365 with JENLOR.

Office 365 Suite Benefits

  • Weekly time saved due to improved collaboration and information sharing and more efficient meetings: 203 minutes per user
  • Reduction in costs associated with other collaboration software and hardware solutions: $6.5M
  • Number of hours saved per user per year from reduced downtime: 15.75 hours

The Advantages of Managed Office 365 Services

A lot of IT time will be required to plan, implement, deploy, and support Office 365, which is why the following benefits of Managed Office 365 can provide a substantial return for many businesses.

1. Get Started in the Right Direction

An investment calls for doing it right the first time. Office 365 is not one size fits-all, and Managed Office 365 services helps you fully understand your choices. With Managed Office 365 services you can reduce risk with upfront discovery and design to determine the best deployment model for Office 365, specific to your business.

2. Office 365 Environment

You may not want to go all cloud all the time, if you need to balance differing requirements across an organization. For example, you may want to integrate Office 365 with on-premise Microsoft Exchange infrastructure for greater flexibility. Or you may not want to move all your end-user data to the Microsoft cloud; you may want to keep some user data on premises. At JENLOR, we can design a custom hybrid environment for your business.

3. Minimize Cost for Licenses

Do you already have Microsoft Office licenses? We’ll work with you to design an Office 365 deployment that makes the best use of your existing licenses on servers, devices, desktops, and in the cloud.

4. Office 365 Deployment

While your IT team may not have deployed Office 365 before, JENLOR’s Managed Office 365 advisors do it every week. With JENLOR as an extension of your team, your IT staff can be as involved or as uninvolved as they want. We’ve got you covered from complex discovery and design to integration with existing infrastructure, and on through routine email and user administration.

5. Simple Solutions

You have limited internal IT resources. Managed Office 365 frees up your IT admin resources to do what they do best – run your business. You can pass the complexity of managing Office 365 to a dedicated team that focuses on Office 365 every day. Our Office 365 managed services team can ease your burden of daily maintenance and support. We have a large and capable service delivery staff of our own, and we subscribe to Premier Support from Microsoft, so we can escalate and resolve your Office 365 problems swiftly.

6. Office 365 is Scalable to Meet Your Business Needs

When you need Office 365 for more users, you can easily add licenses through the TierPoint Portal to meet the growing needs of your business.

7. Support 24/7

How many help desk calls do you get when you upgrade a piece of software like Microsoft Office? We optionally offer end-user help desk services for our Managed Office 365 customers who want to ensure end-users get the support they need, while IT focuses on more strategic initiatives.

We’ll handle basic end-user questions such as password resets, login issues, and Outlook connection problems, so you don’t have to. Your end users get access to our experienced Office 365 support team with advice for setup and configuration, and support for all Office applications (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, and more), Exchange, SharePoint, Yammer, and Teams.

Contact us today to learn how we can help your business with Office 365!

Beginners Guide to Microsoft Teams

Microsoft have been adding lots of new features and applications to Office 365, such as Planner, Shifts and Microsoft Teams.

Taking on Slack, Microsoft describes Teams as a ‘chat-based workspace in Office 365’ allowing teams (internal only at this stage) to work together within one window to enhance teamwork. It’s important to note that Microsoft Teams will be replacing Skype for Business (which will be retired 31st July 2021).

What Does Microsoft Teams Do?

Within one window, users can call upon a variety of key Office 365 apps and tools to help them work more effectively, such as:

  • Calendars and meetings (Outlook)
  • Create, share, edit and find content (SharePoint, OneDrive and OneNote)
  • Call and meet team members (Skype)
  • Chat and instant messaging (Skype)

Microsoft Teams Perks

  • Centralized hub
  • Office 365 integration
  • Customize Teams through APIs and bot frameworks
  • Enterprise security & compliance
  • Azure Active Directory integration
  • No extra cost to Office 365 users

Once your organization has access to Teams, you can: download the desktop application, access Teams through your browser or download the mobile app.

How Does Microsoft Teams and Channels Work?

To start your teamwork collaboration, you need a team. Setting up Teams is easy and done in a few clicks, requiring a Team name and a description; this then allows team members to be added. As mentioned above, a new Team will create a matching Office 365 Group, OneNote, SharePoint site and Plan—so this does need to be done with some caution.

Each Team has subsections, which are called Channels, and a General Channel will automatically be created. You can have multiple Channels within a Team; for example, you could have a ‘Marketing’ Team and then Channels such as ‘Social Media’, ‘Product Launch’, ‘Blogs’ etc. Or a Company could be a Team and Channels can relate to departments – you can choose whatever suits your organization’s way of working. Whenever there is a new notification or activity, the Channel will become bold.

Each Channel all have their own tabs along the top. Conversation (group chat), Files (shared documents) and Notes (shared OneNote) are automatically created and you can then add your own tabs.

Communication

Conversations are one of the key features of Teams, allowing each Team to have a centralized discussion that is saved and easily searchable. Conversations are the central component where all teamwork is recorded—from file sharing to video calls.

The use of @mentions allows you to tag participants or even whole teams to notify others. Users that look at Conversations will easily see where they have been mentioned through the red @ symbol to highlight areas of importance to them. On top of this, your desktop app will notify you through an alert. As well as tagging, users can ‘like’ content and share emoticons or GIFs.

File Management

In your Teams window, you can perform a variety of tasks directly within that window or browser, so that you avoid flicking between different applications. These tasks include the ability to delete, download, move files, open, copy, edit or get a link to share with others – giving you all the key features you would get in the native apps.

You can also start a Group chat alongside the file, to allow team discussions while all working on the files – and this conversation will appear in your Conversation thread.

Digital Notes

Notes takes you to the Team shared OneNote. Within Teams you can view and edit your OneNotes (directly within the Teams window) or you can click to edit in the OneNote app.

Conclusion

Microsoft Teams is already a robust offering and is benefiting from lots of new features and integrations.

Media coverage and reception has also been very positive with many Slack comparisons. Within these comparisons, Microsoft Teams is often faring very well in terms of features, usability and offering—but what makes it even more appealing is the fact that is it included with Office 365.

Moving Forward

If you are using Office 365, then we recommend trying Teams. If you are not using Office 365, then you can sign up for an Office 365 trial (which includes Teams) to test it.

Contact JENLOR today to learn how we can assist in your company in maximizing the use of Microsoft Teams!

The Benefits of Migrating to Office 365

Microsoft Office 365 is generating quite a buzz from both large enterprises and small businesses these days. Recent trends have seen organizations become increasingly comfortable with the idea of using the services of the cloud-based platform to drive business productivity at a flexible, calculable cost.

Around 80% of Fortune 500 companies have already taken their business data to Office 365, and start-ups and medium-sized organizations are now following this trend. Smaller organizations have begun to implement Microsoft’s productivity suite into their everyday operations and utilize the set of tools to meet their specific, constantly changing business needs.

The Benefits of Migrating to Office 365

Migrating to Office 365 from an on-premise IT environment poses a significant step for any organization. Taking your business to the cloud introduces an array of novel tools, product updates, and paves the way for new workflows and routines. Most of all, it allows you to re-think productivity.

While, for good reason, cost reduction is frequently cited as the core driver for moving to Office 365, there are many more arguments supporting Microsoft’s cloud-based service when toying with the idea of taking the leap and going all in on Office 365.

Below are 5 reasons why your business should migrate to Microsoft Office 365 today.

1. Establish Your Upfront Costs

What you see is what you get.

Available at a fixed rate, Office 365 subscription plans make it easy for you to win certainty over software expenses and allow you to budget your business purposes without hidden money pits. Another bright side to Office 365: Microsoft seamlessly manages any upgrades and the introduction of new functionalities, so you don’t need to lose sleep over expensive migration projects that have become everyday reality in the Microsoft ecosystem.

To realistically calculate cost savings from your migration to Office 365, you should have a good understanding of the expenditures of your current on-premises IT infrastructure. Put it into numbers and compare the cost breakdown with the future situation with Office 365 to contrast expenses. If you aren’t able to provide a detailed cost model, you can always resort to general industry cost models to derive an estimate of momentary and future expenses.

2. Business Flexibility

Today’s workforce is spread across more locations than ever before with working from home spanning the globe. This can usually require businesses to either expand their current IT infrastructure or construct another data center in order to support additional locations and accommodate new employees.  Expanding undoubtedly implicates tremendous challenges for IT departments, increasingly calling for more practical and straightforward solutions.

That’s where Office 365 comes in.

Quickly scaling up (or down) as business needs change becomes easy with your switch to the cloud. Depending on your requirements, Office 365 allows you to easily adjust the number of licenses you need for core productivity, communication and collaboration without IT being a roadblock to your business agility.

3. Enhanced Communication is Key

In addition to physical separation, teams in the same company are separated by departments and, commonly, projects. Unfortunately, this separation oftentimes creates barriers between teams that can quickly lead to communication silos that further separation and limit collaboration, eventually disrupting communication across the entire organization, which can severely impact your business’s productivity.

There are many ways to collaborate and communicate in Office 365. The suite comes with an impressive array of tools – Exchange Online, SharePoint Online, Yammer, Office Groups, Skype for Business, Office Video, OneDrive for Business, you name it – you can harness to improve communication flows and cultivate a culture of collaboration in which employees are able to seamlessly share ideas and files between teams, departments, tools and devices.

4. Improve Productivity

Office 365 is not just about getting things done faster. It is about reinventing how you get them done.

In a world of flexible, mobile workstyles, Office 365 sets the stage for productivity by enabling employees to gain access to familiar Office applications and tools on a range of mobile devices and smartphones from wherever they are. Whether you perform tasks during a coffee catch-up with a colleague, while commuting to work or jumping on a conference call with a client – with Office 365, work becomes something you do at the point of need, not confined to an office building you head to.

5. Convenient Managed IT Services

Are you an IT manager? You certainly know the drill. Keeping an on-premises IT infrastructure up and running is a challenging proposition – with multiple layers of technical requirements, cross-product dependencies and many other moving parts, there is a lot that can go haywire. Upgrading one single element in the technical infrastructure of an organization may unleash a whole wave of linked upgrades, or provoke a cascading set of unfortunate errors as incompatibilities between servers emerge. Migrating to Office 365 allows your business to streamline your IT operations, conveniently outsourcing this kind of responsibility to JENLOR (and putting your mind at ease). Contact us today to learn how we can help you!

Sharing Files Securely Online

Sharing Files Securely Online

If you need to share documents and files with other people over the internet, you want to be able to do it quickly, securely, and with as little friction as possible. Thankfully, plenty of apps and services meet those three criteria.

Whether it’s tapping into the tools included with the cloud storage app you already use or simply dragging files into an open browser window, you’ve got several options to weigh.

All these services encrypt files in transit and when stored, stopping hackers and third parties from getting at them. However, only Firefox Send uses end-to-end encryption, which means not even Firefox can see the files. The others retain the right to access your data if compelled by law enforcement or if it’s needed to manage the cloud services themselves. It’s also important to make sure the sharing links you generate are closely guarded, as these act as decryption keys giving access to your files.

With that said, below are the best file-sharing options—and the features that set them apart.

Is Firefox Send Secure?

The venerable Mozilla browser Firefox has lent its name to a number of extra apps and services lately, including Firefox Send. It’s blissfully easy to use—with or without the Firefox browser—and it lets you share files up to a total size of 2.5 terabytes, free of charge.

You get a number of useful options here too. Download links can be set to expire after a certain number of downloads or amount of time, and if you want an extra layer of security, you can password-protect them as well, so that someone else needs both the link and the password to get at the file.

It basically lets you drag-and-drop right in your browser, without any need to install additional software or sign up for an extra service. You can keep an eye on when your shared files are accessed, and the link can be revoked at any time.

Is Dropbox Secure?

Dropbox gives you 2 GB of cloud storage for free, with paid plans starting at $12 a month for 2 TB of storage. Besides enabling file-sharing across the web, it keeps your files and folders synced between your devices and the cloud, lets you showcase files on the web, collaborate on files with others, and more.

The service gives you a choice of ways to share files. You can do so either from the main Dropbox app on the web, your computer or your phone, or through a dedicated and simplified sharing tool called Dropbox Transfer, which introduces a few extras like a log of how many times your shared files have been downloaded.

You can share individual files or entire folders, either read-only or with editing privileges, and you have the option to protect shared links with a password and to put an expiry date on them. The people you’re sharing with don’t need a Dropbox account, unless you want to work on a folder of files with them.

Is WeTransfer Secure?

Like Firefox Send, WeTransfer is a good option if you just need something quick and straightforward, without necessarily having to sign up for a service. You can share one or multiple files via a custom link, which stays active for a week by default.

A WeTransfer Pro account costs $12 a month but adds some useful features: You can set your own expiry times, protect the download link with a password, and transfer up to 20 GB of files at once rather than the 2 GB limit that free users run into. Pro accounts also get 1 TB of permanent storage in the cloud, plus better tools for monitoring how often files have been downloaded and by whom. Whether you go for the paid or free options, WeTransfer makes securely sharing files over the web hassle-free.

Is Google Drive Secure?

Google gives you 15 GB of cloud storage for free, split across its various services (including Google Drive, Gmail, and Google Photos). Paid plans start at $2 a month for 100 GB of storage and go up from there—and of course you get Google Docs, Sheets, and the rest of Google’s online office app suite.

You can easily generate links to share files or entire folders from the web or from the Google Drive mobile apps. You get full control over whether files can be edited or just viewed, and recipients don’t necessarily need a Google account to get at the files.

Google Drive excels at enabling you to work on documents, spreadsheets, and presentations with other people over the web, but plain old file sharing isn’t its strongest suit. There are no options to set expiry dates or passwords, for example. If you already use it though, its sharing options will probably be enough.

Is OneDrive Secure?

OneDrive from Microsoft gives you 5 GB of cloud storage for free; you can upgrade that for a fee, with prices starting at $2 a month for 100 GB of storage. At the $7 month tier you get Office 365 thrown in, as well as 1 TB of space in the cloud.

OneDrive is available on the web, mobile devices, and macOS, and is built into Windows. Any file or folder you’ve got synced to your OneDrive account can also be shared with other people, via a link—if you’re on a paid OneDrive plan, then you can set expiry dates for your links and add password protection.

OneDrive makes sense if you already spend a lot of time in Windows or Office, or both. It’s also a good choice if you’re working on Office files with other people in real time, as this is something OneDrive handles well. You can set shared files as read-only or editable as needed. We like a service that tells you exactly what it does in the name, and SendAnywhere certainly ticks that box. It’s simple, fast, and free (for the basics, anyway). Open the site, click the red plus icon, and you can share a file or files using a unique link or a six-digit code. If you use the six-digit code—which you’ll have to pass on to the recipient within 10 minutes—there’s no limit on file upload sizes. If you’re using the link method, the cap is 10 GB. Sign up for a $5 per month Plus account and that limit goes up to 50 GB, and you get to set your own custom expiry time. A paid subscription lets you view how often your files have been downloaded and enables password protection on your links. As well as the web interface, you can use SendAnywhere as a desktop or mobile app.

Is iCloud Secure?

Apple’s cloud storage service iCloud lags behind the competition when it comes to file sharing, though there are signs of improvement; the ability to share folders as well as individual files was recently added.

Sharing files is relatively easy from the web or from any Apple device, and shares can be set to read-only or editable. There’s no password protection and no way to set an expiry date on shared links.

Everyone with an Apple ID gets 5 GB of iCloud storage for free, with paid storage starting at $2 a month for 50 GB. If you and your contacts all use Apple hardware exclusively, then iCloud does the job for sharing files, because it’s built in everywhere. Otherwise, there are better alternatives.

As you think about sharing files securely, please contact JENLOR for assistance! We are here to help you with 24/7 support.

JENLOR’s Managed IT Solutions

JENLORs Managed IT Solutions

In 2017, small to medium-sized businesses in North America spent nearly $300 billion on IT services.

As long ago as 2014, over 90% of small-to-medium-sized businesses in the US were using cloud-based business solutions.

IT is playing a much more significant role in businesses of every size. Businesses are turning to companies that can offer managed IT solutions.

Learn more about how JENLOR’s managed IT solutions can benefit your business.

Managed IT Support

Proactive managed IT support for your business means that you worry less about IT. Our team will help you set a strategic direction, while monitoring, maintain, and backup your systems. Plus, we provide an exceptional 24/7 local Help Desk experience.

Advisory and Consulting Services

For many companies, IT projects can be overwhelming, complicated, and uncertain. Our team will work with you to identify your goals, analyze your needs, and create a custom plan to propel your business forward.

Infrastructure and Cloud Solutions

With businesses increasingly reliant on data, it is crucial that your network is robust enough for the task. Also, Cloud services are an effective way to reduce hardware costs and keep your data safer from loss.

Today more than ever, businesses need stable and scalable infrastructure to help them grow. We help organizations develop a focused infrastructure strategy that will empower new innovation and reduce wasteful IT spend.

Want to Know More About JENLOR’s Managed IT Solutions?

If managed IT solutions are something that you feel could be of real benefit to your business, then you’ve come to the right place.

We understand that technology is becoming increasingly complex. We handle the IT, which allows you to focus on your organizational goals. We provide solutions to industries such as healthcare, the education, and many more.

If you would like to know more about the services we offer, then please don’t hesitate to contact us today!

Reduce IT Costs by Outsourcing to JENLOR

As the field of information technology has become more complex, companies have turned to JENLOR. There are many benefits that come from our trusted IT services. Improving your day-to-day business operations to focus on strategic projects is only the beginning.

Cut Hardware Costs

Using JENLOR for cloud services instead of building your own facilities presents substantial cost savings. You can also benefit from outsourcing your lifecycle management. Keeping track of IT assets is a cumbersome task, but it is critical for reducing unplanned costs. We can track your hardware and associated components to ensure that important end-of-life dates never get lost in the shuffle.

Have Reliable Software and Networks at Lower Costs

Accidental downtime can be very costly – it can result in lost business opportunities and wasted labor. The longer it takes you to restore your system, the more it costs your business. JENLOR can reduce your potential downtime and save you money.

JENLOR provides 24/7 monitoring to resolve potential issues before they impact your business. You will be able to immediately access an expert who is available to solve your problem. We will also provide continual maintenance, and our team will work around the clock for your business. You won’t have to worry – we’ve got you covered.

Keep Your Reputation at a Low Cost

Lost data, network issues, accidental downtime – all of these problems can impact your business’s reputation. Companies are expected to protect clients’ personal data, so any infrastructure or cloud-based issue that arises can negatively impact public sentiment. Reputation risk management should be a priority for every organization, as a damaged reputation can result in huge losses.

Our managed IT services allow you to maintain a safer and more secure IT environment while you minimize IT costs. You can trust that your infrastructure is reliable, and your customers can trust you. JENLOR will help you maintain continuous operations and protect your reputation. Contact us today!

How JENLOR Can Keep Pittsburgh Businesses IT Moving Forward

Pittsburgh Businesses IT

You already have a strong internal IT team, but that doesn’t mean that JENLOR, a managed service provider (MSP), can’t help. The benefits of using JENLOR as your IT MSP are far-reaching, even for organizations that already have an IT strategy in place. See how JENLOR can keep Pittsburgh businesses moving forward by driving results and helping your IT move forward.

Keep You Up-to-Date

At JENLOR, we develop a road map for your organization, showing where we believe technology will go in the future and where your organization needs to move to in order to remain current. In addition, we examine existing strategies and ensure that your company is moving in the right direction. IT strategies are critical for businesses that want to protect themselves as they expand. Once an IT department has settled on a plan, we will ensure that it moves in the right direction.

Provide an Outside Point of View

JENLOR employees are constantly learning. An internal IT department may not always have time to research every single new technology. We are able to not only keep up to date on all modern solutions, but they can also leverage our experience with other organizations in order to resolve issues, create opportunities, and cut costs for your business. When working directly with your business, we can make suggestions for technology and processes from an outsider’s point of view.

Simplify and Improve Your Organization’s Workflows

We are all about technology and how the business relates to its technology. JENLOR takes a look at each organization’s workflows and identify to mitigate core inefficiencies that may be costing you money. By streamlining and improving upon workflows throughout your organization, we can substantially improve your business’s bottom line.

If you need assistance in executing your company’s IT strategies or staying current with the latest technology, contact JENLOR today!

Proactive Managed IT Services vs Reactive IT

A single IT disaster can set your company back months, which can negatively impact your budget.

Your staff is trying to put out fires and pick up the pieces, but they keep getting more added to their plates. Customers are left waiting—or they simply leave. Your reputation takes heavy hits and it’s hard to get even the most basic tasks done.

This scenario is more common than you’d think, especially for companies that take a reactive approach to IT management. Here at JENLOR, we want to explain the importance of proactive managed IT services vs reactive IT.

Reactive IT

The problem is right in the name “reactive.”

If you don’t do anything to address a problem until it affects productivity, it will negatively impact your business. Since a traditional IT project often exceeds an original budget, fixing an existing problem can be both inconvenient and expensive.

Proactive IT support makes it possible to stay ahead of problems. You don’t lose productivity. Your reputation is safe. Employee morale doesn’t take a hit. It can be a much more cost effective investment.

Benefits Of Proactive Managed IT Services

Proactive IT support offers a few distinct benefits that make a significant difference for operations. Below are the areas in which you’ll see the most significant boost.

24/7 Observation

Unscheduled downtime can throw everyone at your company off track. Customers can’t make purchases, phone lines go down, the network is inaccessible, and resources lock up due to unresponsive machines. 24/7 monitoring alerts your team the minute something goes down so it can be resolved immediately.

Active Updates And Patches

Many cyberattacks rely on unpatched hardware and software. A proactive update schedule limits opportunities for hackers. The latest patch may also add new features or otherwise improve performance. Proactive upgrades are especially important for maintaining older technology that may be more susceptible to attack.

Future Tech Preparation

Adding new solutions piece by piece without a plan results in a bloated infrastructure, which is not the best option. A proactive strategy allows you to adapt to a changing business environment and meet future challenges.

Tactical Analysis

A strategic analysis allows you to identify problem areas that act as bottlenecks to optimal performance. Sometimes, broken software or hardware is the cause of the issue, while other scenarios require policy changes.

Get Proactive

Proactive managed IT empowers your business to do more with your technology. We provide 24/7 live help desk, managed services, project management, and a dedicated strategic account management team – we fill the gaps in your IT process. Connect with us today!

How A Managed Cloud Service Provider Can Help Your Organization

Managed cloud hosting is used by organizations to share resources across a remote network through multiple servers in another location. Some of these resources include databases, hardware, and software tools. Servers are purchased either in parts or as virtual servers. Managed cloud services involve outsourcing management responsibilities and functions for saving costs and improving operations.

Why Having a Managed Cloud Service Provider is a Valuable Asset

Cloud computing is essential to business growth, as it helps businesses reap the maximum benefits of cloud adoption by means of cost-effective and well-managed computing resources, IT efficiency, and flexibility. If managed cloud services is something that you are considering for your business, take a look at the benefits.

Tackle the Complication Involved in Hybrid

As organizations build hybrid environments that extend across data center facilities and multiple clouds, they have discovered that implementing and managing a robust cloud strategy is not an easy task.

We are experts when it comes to hybrids, and we have a vast knowledge that spans beyond just a few applications. Our experience and knowledge proves invaluable in areas such as governance and compliance, workload assessment and migration, design, and continuous management.

Construct Original Strategies

In today’s age of digital transformation, organizations are more than willing to modify their existing business processes and operations. This will eventually lead them towards finding their niche in the fast-paced, globally-competitive service economy. Technology assets and good IT leadership are critical for helping organizations transit seamlessly into this digital age.

Partnering with us allows us to take over the responsibility of managing cloud services while freeing up your IT staff.

Transparency. Transparency. Transparency.

Organizations need to implement practical and realistic strategies that are based on variables. Some of these variables include the work involved, departments, and the actual costs involved per project. We offer organizations the much-required accessibility to advanced technologies that help improve the visibility and reporting for projects. This enables the business and IT managers to take and implement smarter strategies.

Future Growth for the Organization

Today, organizations know that investing in the cloud means investing in a robust future. JENLOR provides advanced technologies that help organizations move their cloud services to effective hybrid clouds. This helps organizations to continuously make use of a range of applications and technologies.

Enterprises across the globe have recognized the cloud as a critical enabler of business transformation and innovation. The cloud has emerged as a powerful technology disruptor that constantly challenges the existing IT landscape, compelling enterprises to adopt newer cloud-based paradigms or risk losing the game. Choose to partner with JENLOR! We understand that finding the right migration partner, service model, deployment option, and type of workload to be moved are of paramount significance. Contact us today!