As evidence of our commitment to providing exceptional solutions, our organization has successfully completed the certification process for ISO 9001, 2000-1, 27001 international standards.

ISO/IEC 2000-1 – IT Service Delivery Management:

This standard specifies the requirements related to IT service management process. Standard is based on IT infrastructure Library (ITIL) framework which best for provides practice guidelines and architecture to ensure alignment of IT process with business processes and that IT delivers the correct and appropriate business solutions. Some examples of the processes covered under the standard include; configuration and change management, capacity management, service continuity and availability management, service level management, service reporting, information security management, budgeting and accounting for information technology, release management, incident and problem management, business relationship management, and supplier management.

ISO/IEC 27001 – Information Security Management:

This standard specifies requirements related to information technology security management. Information security is not only about antivirus software, and implementing the latest firewall, or locking down your laptops or Web servers. The overall approach to information security should be strategic; and encompasses personnel, facilities, technology, and the management processes that oversee each of these areas. Through the use of a well-defined information security management system, a systemic approach to managing confidential or sensitive corporate or government agency information ensures the data remains secure.

ISO/IEC 9001 – Quality Management

This standard specifies requirements for a quality management system. This standard acts as the validation and verification process, to which it oversees our27001 and 2000-1 processes. Its objective is to ensure that we are not only successfully meeting our objectives for our customer but also ensuring that we are doing it properly and with the highest level of customer satisfaction. Successfully implementing enterprise operations without validating its effectiveness is useless.

These standards revolve around providing enterprise class processes, to ensure that enterprise computing centers are able to provide the highest level of reliability and availability to the systems that are hosted within their facility. Anybody can manage a server or configure network device, but it takes a special team of people to be able to put all of the pieces together within a large-scale enterprise computing environment and ensure that a change made in one area does not inadvertently impact something in a different area.