IT SUPPORT AND MANAGED SERVICES
Technology is today’s primary solution to business challenges
If you run a modern business, technology is at the core of your operations, the heart that keeps it running smoothly. To maintain those smooth operations, our team blends in-depth IT knowledge with extensive business consulting expertise. The results are a unique blending of technology solutions that give you peace of mind. Our team will help you develop and maintain a technology strategy that aligns with your business needs and goals. We work with you to help prevent technology downtime.
Managed service means you can expect reliable performance and predictable expenses. All the value of your technology investment can go to work for you as you intended. Best of all, managed service reduces the total costs of IT problems and the resulting downtime.
BACKUP AND DISASTER RECOVERY TO THE CLOUD
Imagine accessing your email, important documents, contacts, and calendar from almost anywhere on any device… Microsoft® Office 365 brings together an easy-to-use set of web-enabled tools designed to meet business needs. Our team will help you choose which tools match your specific needs.
- LAN/WAN Design and Implementation
- Data Cabling
- Network Maintenance and Management
- Disaster Recovery
- Desktop Faxing
- Remote Access Services/VPN
- Corporate E-Mail Solutions
- PC Set-up and Troubleshooting
- Software Installation and Support
- Custom PC and Server Builds
- Microsoft Open Licensing Management Program
- Complete IT Management Programs
- Periodic Support Plans
- Asset Management Programs
- Virus Protection
- DSL/T-1/Cable/Satellite/Dial–up Internet Set-up
Office cabling shouldn’t be a frightening spider web. It should be a super highway with clear direction, easy access, and allow for merging. That what infrastructure cabling creates – a single flexible cabling system that supports all of your IT: from PCs and phones, from voice and data, to multimedia and network services. Typical components of infrastructure cabling can include patch panels, carrier “demarc” extensions, in-wall panels, network cables, outlets, links to telecommunications closets, and more.