Business Service Center

Business ServiceWe provide resources and information to help Canadians get their businesses going and growing. The benefits of a service-aligned approach to IT operations seem obvious. With a shift in emphasis to a business services perspective, we as an industry can go much further so that IT delivers on the promise of partnering with the business, speaking the same language as the business, and becoming a real bottom-line contributor to business results.

Business Services is the leading Wireless Internet Service provider in South Africa. We own our own Network and don’t rely on any third part suppliers to deliver the connection to your premises which means we can offer you the best turn around on support and installations can be done with no time.

Business services cover many varied sectors. They range from technical services such as engineering, architecture and IT, to other professional services such as legal services, employment services and facility management. As one of the largest service sectors, business services contribute to 11% of EU GDP.

BSM software is an outgrowth of network management systems as the software tracks the performance and availability of the networks components across a data center. 4 Traditional network management systems focus on measuring and monitoring the technical metrics and trends of IT applications and infrastructure. The primary users of these systems are technicians and systems administrators in the operations organization. Although these systems enable the IT operations team to identify problem areas from a technical point-of-view for a given piece of the infrastructure, significant gaps exist in determining the business impact of a specific problem. For example, if a router and a server fail at the same time, these systems offer no way for the network operations center operator to determine which of these is more critical or which business services have been impacted by the failure of these devices.

Anisa Telwar Kaicker is CEO and founder of Anisa International, a maker of private label cosmetic brushes and applicators in Atlanta that serves clients such as Estee Lauder and Laura Mercier. She will often ask such customers what they think of a new brush before rolling it out. Even if I went into a client and said this is not fully vetted yet, but I’d like your insight, they were always honored to have a first look,” she says. They would be the ones buying the product.” To protect her ideas, she routinely files for provisional patents and will mention in conversations, This is patent pending.” Her firm, founded more than 20 years ago, now generates $40 million in annual revenue, she says.