We handle all manner of computer systems in the small business. Anything from kiosks, linux and Chromeboxes, and network appliances like NAS solutions, to desktop computers, to professional workstations, and to workgroup and virtual servers. We have a significant amount of experience with managing all of these devices using enterprise monitoring tools. In this way, we can offer our clients a professional, managed experience very similar to what they would find inside a Fortune 500 company yet with the responsiveness of a much smaller, more agile support function.
The truth of the matter is that there is a wide range of computing options available to the small business that has never existed before. These options can reduce the overall risk of micro processing at surprisingly lower costs at entry while yielding progressively high value over time. In today’s world, we are not limited to desktop computers running Microsoft Windows to perform all of our business functions; instead, there are a slew of cost-effective, lower-risk alternatives. Talk to us. We’ve got some great ideas for your business.
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