Why CIOs and IT pros should think of Managed services for data security?

Why CIOs and IT pros should think of Managed services for data security?

Why CIOs and IT pros should think of Managed services for data security? In these days many small and large businesses have become the victims of cyber attacks and breaches.All the business leaders are becoming more aware of potential threats and breaches of data security in today’s high tech world.Due to data security breaches, companies have lost millions of dollars.Company CIOs and IT pros are looking for solutions to stop this increasing cyber security risk.

Solutions to stop this increasing cyber security risk:

1.Proper threat assessment and Risk management.

2.Strong cybersecurity protection plan.

3.Regular monitoring data systems for potential threats.

4.Knowledge about different types of threats and familiar with quantifying risk management data.

Varieties of  cyber threats:

Among different kinds of threats, certain types are more common than others.

1.Internal or external unauthorized Access

Someone from outside of your company accessing your company data is external unauthorized Access by using weak or stolen credentials, through unsecured wireless systems, by physically entering the premises or compromised third-party access.

Internal unauthorized access can occur due to theft of authorized user credentials and access the system by accidental computer use.

2.Data misuse

Occurs when an authorized user misuses sensitive information for personal gain.

3.Data leakage:

Occurs due to the malicious attack and unintentional exposure of sensitive information.

4.Data loss:

Happens when lost thumb drive or a direct attack such as ransomware.This mainly because of faulty data replication and insufficient backup procedures.In data loss, important data is deleted permanently.

5.Disruption of service:

Disruption of service or productivity can be caused when access to cloud-based software or security system is disrupted.

 How best to handle protection from Cyber Attacks:

Regular monitoring of corporate AV systems is a critical component of data security. With two strategies we can he handle the data protection.One is in-house strategy and the other is working with a managed services provider.

The in-house strategy needs a successful Security Operations centre which needs well-trained executives familiar with the system monitoring choices, the right technology to protect the data, Specific business strategy and money to carry out all legal obligations.

Having a SOC is not an easy one, it needs more work, more fund and well-trained executives. So choosing a managed systems security service is the best idea to handle the handle protection from Cyber attacks.

Managed systems security service:

A managed systems security service provider  is a Third party IT service company you pay to manage and monitor your data.

Advantages :

1.Affordable than an in-house strategy for a company.

2.Eliminates the need for company personnel to monitor data 24/7.

3.Time-saving approach.

4.Offers security expertise.

5.Continuous monitoring of Data.

6.Supplement the in-house security team in an effective way.

7.Specialist Problem Resolution.

8.Detailed Access

9.Improved Data Security

Requirements for outsourcing to an MSSP:

1.Be cautious and do the research

2.Detailed service level agreement (SLA) is important to explain how and how long data will be monitored and protected.

3.Check whether the managed systems security service provider is a proven specialist who is equipped to deal with the current unpredictable cyber environment.

If you have not interested in investing more money in data protection then managed systems security services are the best choice for your company. In rapidly increasing challenges in Cybersecurity environment, it makes sense to entrust your data to a managed systems security services is better than not having a security system in place at all.

At Navigator systems we offer managed systems security services  at affordable  cost. Contact us  if you  need proven specialist  who is equipped to deal with the current unpredictable cyber environment for the data security of your  company.

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If updating your IT infrastructure is on your business, 82% of businesses are expanding their budgets in 2019. In fact, the need to upgrade outdated IT infrastructures is the main driver of budget increases in IT.

#1: Eliminate Outdated IT Hardware

Outdated hardware can lead to a variety of problems. It often causes multiple points of failure within a system’s architecture. Downtime is expensive, and there is a decrease in productivity while replacements are found or fixes are made.

When hardware is outdated, the parts are often difficult to find and often costly. If parts can’t be located, you may need to look for a short-term solution that lets you continue operations. However, this could end up costing more in the long run than simply replacing the hardware entirely.

Scalability is also a common challenge when it comes to outdated hardware. As new and advanced equipment is introduced to the infrastructure, the old hardware may not always be compatible. As data center operations increase, the hardware could become more of a liability that slows down operations than an asset that improves them.

#2: Improve Security

As hardware nears the end of its life, the updates required to keep it functioning at an optimum level are reduced or even eliminated. When security updates and fixes are no longer available, the entire infrastructure becomes vulnerable to security risks. If not addressed, this can ultimately leave the company’s networks susceptible and defenceless against malicious cyber-attacks.

Outdated software is also an invitation for cyber-attacks, so making sure that both your technology and your tools are up to date is crucial. Conducting a thorough audit of your network might reveal that you’re connected to third-party apps that you’re not using and might have even forgotten about. Not only can these pose threats to the security of your operations, but eliminating them and upgrading to new software can reduce the amount of time you’re spending trying to keep up with patches and fixes.

When you upgrade your infrastructure, you can consolidate and streamline the applications and software you’re using, creating fewer opportunities for data breaches.

No. 3: Improve to Utilize More AMC Solutions

The growing array of solutions has made it easier for businesses to do more with less. From reducing storage and maintenance costs to creating greater flexibility and ease of use, AMC Maintenance has advantages for businesses of all sizes.

With an outdated infrastructure, however, you might not have the kind of access to the cloud that you’re looking for. The majority of older systems that have been in place for a few years are not ready for the AMC Services and won’t be able to connect to newer cloud-based business applications. This can limit the solutions you’re able to use and can cause frustrating slowdowns in operations.

Updating your infrastructure and AMC Warranty Solutions to allow better access will immediately provide you with greater scalability and flexibility. If you’re not already leveraging the benefits of the AMC IT Maintenance providers, you’ll now be able to start taking advantage of what it has to offer, and you can decide how heavily you want to rely on computing. You can also consider a hybrid solution of a cloud and on-site storage, which allows you to keep certain sensitive information in-house, or can use the cloud as your main source of storage.

Whichever model you choose to use for your business is going to depend on an up-to-date infrastructure and secure software.

Understand When to Upgrade Your System

The decision to update your company’s IT infrastructure is one that takes careful consideration, based on signs of age and vulnerability.

If you’re spending time and money to keep your existing system from crashing or repairing it after a crash then need to upgrade. But also look at what software you’re using and how close it is to its end of life, as well as how compatible your current configuration.

Investing in a new infrastructure now could pay off in improved productivity, fewer system slow-downs or breakdowns and greater flexibility for cloud applications. While there’s no one-size-fits-all solution, there are infrastructure solutions for businesses of all sizes.

Navigator Systems can help you find the right hardware and software solutions for 2019 and beyond. We can answer your questions and help you choose the cloud service provider for your business’s needs. Contact us today to learn more, or visit us www.navigatorsystem.com

Reason to choose TPM Vs OEM

Reason to choose TPM Vs OEM

Navigator System specializes in the server, storage and network infrastructure which can assist MNC companies in allocating budget other than IT projects

Multivendor provider that services brands not only CISCO but including Juniper, F5 Networks, AVAYA, Fortinet, Brocade, Extreme and more for Networking infrastructure. For Server/ Storage brands includes HITACHI, NetApp, EMC2, HEWLETT PACKARD, DELL, IBM etc.

We have built our solution set from customer service perspective for IT Maintenance as Service. Out solution approach towards significantly reduced operational expenditure, analysis, and data which provides insight to product lifecycle planning and technology roadmap.

Reason to choose TPM Vs OEM

Third Party Maintenance Over Original Equipment Manufactures Plans

With budget constraints, IT managers are put in difficult position to increase cost of OEM manufactures. With innovation solutions, Navigator System can assist in offering you the highest quality maintenance products and solutions that meet the OEM Service Level Agreement (SLA) or suggest better savings plan.

Why a company should switch over to third-party maintenance?

  1. OEM keep on rising Maintenance costs.

Maintenance Cost by OEM’s increases on an average of 10 to 15%annually for the first 5 years on the same equipment and the cost increases by 15% every year after the initial 5 years. We, Navigator System never raise the cost of maintenance on any device.

  1. IT Asset forced to outdated by the OEM’s.

Generally, all OEMs build products to last for 15 years and more. The product milestones and increase annual maintenance prices leads to obsolescence stock.

  1. Single scope of Contract

Multiple OEM in the single contract is never possible. Contract additions and deletion required with 30 day notification period. Some OEM have Contract per SLA with multiple start and stop dates which result in confusion and difficulty in tracking the covered assets.

  1. IT Maintenance as Service

Many clients regarding IT maintenance required solutions providing high-quality service and cost-effective TPM methodologies. The solutions and processes to provide and maintain accuracy for their assets and contracts.

Our approach towards client significantly reduce the support cost and replacement of spares to improve and outperform the previous support solutions

  1. Multi-vendor Support

If you are looking for a company to maintain a large quantity of asset percentage. Navigator System can help. Our Third party maintenance services for various OEM’s in networking and server/ storage infrastructure.


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Third-Party Maintenance Providers for Optimizing Data Center

Third-Party Maintenance Providers for Optimizing Data Center

The highly supportive benefits of including a Navigator System Private Ltd to help fulfil client demand for cost optimization by using a hybrid maintenance strategy for Server storage hardware, OEM Maintenance, OEM independent Third Party Maintenance and Managed spares practices.

As a Third Party Service Provider, Navigator System is offering to OEM service providers and as a consequence to the end user in some competitive situations and trends which are influencing the interest and opportunity include:

  1. IT Hardware maintenance is spending and procurement are seeking low-cost alternatives to expensive OEM contracts and pricing.
  2. Some enterprises consider TPM support from Navigator System, especially for post warranty data center equipment, or for networking equipment at office campus or remote locations to achieve greater savings.
  3. All enterprises expect to reduce capital expenditure (capex) spend in networking and data centers is an additional supporting factor to consider TPM
  4. Due to significant increases in OEM post warranty pricing, Customers find TPMs when the original warranty runs out, rather than renew the OEM support contract.
  5. Additional some enterprises consider the flexibility and customized support from TPMs as an advantage
  6. Navigator System had highly trained and experienced field engineers in delivering the program of Technical Services provided to its client base. Data center maintenance is offered in multiple tiers, ranging from 5x8x4, 8x5xNBD to 7x24x4, effectively ensuring the choice of a comprehensive range of service levels to its clients.

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Intel Optane DC Persistent Memory

Intel Optane DC Persistent Memory

Intel Optane DC Persistent Memory

  • The next-gen Cascade Lake Xeon systems support this memory with 3D XPoint integration. 3D XPoint is memory storage technology jointly developed by Intel and Micron Technology

  • 128GB, 256GB, 512GB capacities Modules sit in on the low latency, high bandwidth DDR4 bus which is much faster than PCIe
  • Generally, data having to do page deletes like one does on NAND SSD. But Intel Optane Persistent Memory is Byte accessible which means data can be written in place. So, expect consistent performance

How to get Support 4TB of memory for 1U server

  • Expect Intel six standard DIMMs and six Intel Optane PersistentMemory DIMMs per socket. An Intel Optane Persistent Memory DIMM capacities of up to 512GB
  • 6 x 512GB= 3TB of Optane per socket, or up to 6TB available in a standard dual socket server.
  • With six sticks of 128GB RAM per socket, that is 768GB.
  • Totally, we get 512GB * 6 + 128 * 6 = 3840GB of memory in DIMM slots per CPU or 7680GB in a dual socket server.

Similarly 30TB of memory in 2U 4-node systems with Cascade Lake

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Third party maintenance support

Third party maintenance support

Third party maintenance support


To discuss your support service requirements, contact us on +91 9986288377 or email sales@navigatorsystem.com and we will be happy to help!

  1. Third Party Maintenance Support provider of Data Center hardware for server and legacy storage assets even after OEM’s announced end-of-life or end-of-service dates.
  2. Data Center pre-owned or branded hardware sales for servers, storage, and network gear.
  3. IT Professional Services (Relocations, Migrations and Wireless Audits)
  4. Server, Storage, Tape Storage hardware for break/fix contract offer.
  5. Migrate from one storage platform to another, either from EOL/EOSL to newer models or from one OEM brand to another.

For more information about what we support, service level options, Terms & Conditions, and other maintenance features contact our Maintenance Services department by requesting a quote or give us a call at +91 9986288377 and Send an enquiry to sales@navigatorsystem.com