Enterprise File & Print Architect | Storage & Print Billing| We
|Job Title:||Enterprise File & Print Architect | Storage & Print Billing| We|
|Salary:||£500 - £625 per annum|
|Contact Name:||Nicole Wright|
|Job Published:||11 months ago|
The Enterprise File & Print Billing Architect is responsible for; the technical subject matter expertise (SME), strategic planning, service roadmaps and management of all technologies related to the Storage of End User Computing, Personal File Sharing & the Automated Billing & Financial Control Model for group printing.
The Enterprise File & Print Architect will have exceptional 3rd/4th line Engineering capabilities, coupled with demonstrable experience of leading strategy and technical direction from an architecture perspective.
The Enterprise File & Print Architect will also have strong experience of Financial Change Models, Scan Pass Print, Printer Billing, Mobile print solutions and/ or automated print billing to POS (point-of-sale) machines.
The Technical skill-set required for the Enterprise File & Print Architect
*4th line engineering, coupled with solid architecture experience of Storage and Print solutions for End User Computing and Personal File Sharing/ Printing in an Enterprise level, global environment
*Network Attached Storage (NAS) and SAN (Storage Area Networks) e.g. EMC/NetApp/Hitachi in a global, Enterprise level environment
*Printer Management Software (e.g. Ricoh Equitrac, Papercut, Uniflow, Xerox, Canon)
*EMC ISOLIN, Isilon Namespace, Isilon OneFS, ISILON Solutions
*Net App, Net App Enterprise Sync & Share
*NT file system, NTFS (New Technology File System)
*Windows DFS (Distributed File System) and Casper Mac Management
*EFSS (Enterprise file sync-and-share) products such as Box, Citrix Systems, WatchDox, Acronis and Accellion.
*Personal File Sharing Tools; Syncplicity, Google Drive, DropBox, Dropmark, Dropcanvas, SugarSync, Hightail, WeTransfer, SyncToy
Parallel Consulting is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy.
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