Provider Lens™: Infrastructure & Data Center/Private Cloud, UK
The Information Services Group (ISG) has conducted a survey of the most important software and service providers in the UK private cloud market. T-Systems is classified as a leader in the categories "Managed Services & Transformation" and "Managed Hosting" for SMEs. The analyst firm's market analysis was published in the ISG Provider Lens™ Report for "Infrastructure & Data Center/Private Cloud, 2018 UK".
In the "Managed Services & Transformation" quadrant for SMEs, ISG speaks of T-Systems' natural strength in the areas of networking and security as well as its solid ecosystem that enables it to meet a wide range of customer needs. T-Systems' portfolio includes IT infrastructure services, network support, backup administration and security services as well as optional application support.
T-Systems is also convincing in the "Managed Hosting" segment for medium-sized companies: „The T-Systems International unit of Deutsche Telekom has more than 10 years of managed hosting service experience and has continuously advanced its portfolio,” says ISG. T-Systems’ offer covers the entire IT infrastructure (IaaS) as well as back-up and high-performance security services.
Strengths in the area of “Managed Services and Transformation”:
Natural strength in the areas of networking and security
Solid ecosystem for a wide variety of customer requirements
Partnerships with numerous service, technology and public cloud providers
Broad range of private, public and hybrid cloud solutions
Integrated Cloud Solution Center Portal
Also experienced in numerous transformation processes
Adherence to strict data protection regulations and compliance requirements
Strengths in the area of “Managed Hosting”:
Over 10 years' experience in managed hosting services
Continuous further development of the portfolio
Flexible, modular service offering
Comprehensive consulting services
Highly qualified service managers
Highly secure data centers with multiple certifications
Synchronized data mirroring in twin-core data centers