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TCS’ Global Alliance with EMC







The strategic alliance between TCS and EMC helps enterprises manage their growing volumes of information—from creation to disposal—through information lifecycle management (ILM) strategies. This ensures that organizations derive maximum value from their information infrastructure, management, and storage, helping them increase penetration in developed markets and grow in emerging markets. The partnership offers a unique combination of market-leading technologies, industry expertise, insight, and delivery skills that help companies quickly develop and implement innovative business solutions.

The TCS Advantage

Our partnership with EMC helps you with:

  • Storage optimization: We bank on EMC’s technology and market leadership in enterprise storage, backup, and data migration solutions to deliver IT infrastructure and transformation.
  • Customized solutions: Rely on our rich experience in building EMC-certified solutions, assisted by EMC’s Information Intelligence Group (IIG) consultants.
  • Enterprise hybrid cloud: We collaborate with EMC to provide IT as a service with EMC Enterprise Hybrid Cloud solutions. This end-to-end solution comprising of hardware, software, and services is pre-engineered to be simple, automated, and on-demand. It provides IT teams the control and visibility, as well as self-service capabilities, they need.

TCS - EMC Solutions

Our partnership with EMC offers clients a compelling combination of services and product offerings, with simplified IT systems for increased efficiency and manageability. Key solutions we have jointly developed with EMC include:

  • TCS Document as a Service (DaaS): Constant information generation in business entails the creation of corporate records, documents, and images, and their intelligent and efficient management. TCS DaaS with EMC delivers centralized and effective document analytic services for business.
  • TCS Active Archive™: This high-performance, scalable, secure, robust, and cost-effective information management solution is designed specifically for Big Data environments. It is built on EMC Isilon Storage and Pivotal HD, which enable archiving and intelligent analysis of information.
  • TCS-EMC Data Center Services: TCS and EMC bring compelling data center services capabilities, offering solutions for data center management, consolidation, optimization, virtualization, and end-user computing. We offer a range of hosting and co-location services aligned to your cloud and systems requirements.
  • TCS-EMC Cloud Services: TCS and EMC enable organizations to benefit from the scalability, responsiveness, and cost-efficiencies that cloud computing offers. We leverage EMC solutions to transform IT operations and offer services  through flexible cloud delivery models.

About the Partner

EMC is a global leader in enabling businesses and service providers to transform their operations and deliver information technology as a service. Fundamental to this transformation is cloud computing. Through innovative products and services, EMC accelerates the journey to cloud computing. EMC helps you store, manage, protect and analyze your most valuable asset—information—in a more agile, trusted and cost-efficient way.

Know more about EMC

Press Releases

TCS Launches “TCS Active Archive™” Big Data Product Powered by EMC Technology

Tata Consultancy Services announced the launch of its big data product 'TCS Active Archive™,' powered by technology from EMC, one of the most influential leaders in cloud computing, virtualization, big data and IT security and protection.

White Papers

EMC Documentum - Managing Distributed Access

This white paper describes the various distributed architectures supported by EMC Documentum and the relative merits and demerits of each model. It can be used to evaluate which distributed model or combination of models would be most suitable based on the business needs. This would be particularly relevant to organizations with users who are dispersed throughout a large region or across the world, and where improving the speed and efficiency of information collaboration and production across their enterprise would be the primary objective.