Your server stores, shares, and protects all of the information that is created, stored, and manipulated in your business. The network is designed to control connections to the server, the internet, and other resources in your organization. Together they are the key to your company’s most valuable information resources. With literally thousands of options, and settings these two critical components of your infrastructure need a specialist’s attention.
The way your Server & Network are setup and health will determine the security and stability of your network. Our technicians have a detailed set of standards that they follow when configuring and maintaining these critical components of our clients’ network to ensure they’re all up to standard, at all times. Unfortunately, not every “computer guy” out there is operating at the same level. Our unique Server & Network Management approach includes regular reviews and updates by our technical services team to ensure the server we set up for you stays current according to industry best practices, security guidelines, and vendor recommendations.
Pricing & Packages
One of the core functions of a server is to manage the users, the groups they belong to, and the data they can access.
Many modern applications are designed to be shared across your user base for concurrent editing, updating, and reporting.
With proper user groups and permissions you can use a server to centrally store, share, and protect your data with automatic backup processes.
As a business grows in headcount and devices, the complexity that comes with managing, securing, and supporting the users in their day to day work increases as well. We can help you assess whether an on-premise, or a cloud based server is the right choice for your business.
“Keeping your server secure, and stable helps your team focus on their day to day jobs. These are complicated systems that require a level of expertise and attention that your regular “computer guy” just doesn’t have. You need an I.T. Professional to properly manage these critical systems on your behalf. I’d be happy to help you explore this in more detail.”