Our services are all about maximizing the benefits you receive from your investment in technology. Having proven, repeatedly, that our solutions save our customers money, we know we can design and implement systems that will leverage currently available technology to dramatically improve your company’s overall financial performance.

  • Configuration Manager (SCCM) – deploy rapidly and update efficiently your entire Windows infrastructure; timely inventory and compliance reporting; effective and boundless remote support; seamless Wake on LAN (WOL) capabilities leveraged with Intel Vpro technology; SoftGrid (virtual application) integrability.
  • Operations Manager (SCOM) – in-depth monitoring and specific alerting system that will allow greater control of your infrastructure; detailed and comprehensive reporting; intuitive trend analysis.
  • Data Protection Manager (DPM) – near-zero data loss; shorter backup windows and restore times; full data protection under one utility.
  • Virtual Machine Manager (VMM) – create and manage an entirely virtual environment leveraging under-utilized physical servers; provide virtual lab space for multiple internal development projects; immediate server and client system deployment.
  • Centrally manage and share information on network resources and users while acting as the central authority for network security. In addition to providing comprehensive directory services to a Windows environment, Active Directory is designed to be a consolidation point for isolating, migrating, centrally managing, and reducing the number of directories that companies require.
  • Security, reliability, availability, and scalability. In addition, Microsoft has improved and extended the Windows server operating systems to enable organizations to experience the benefits of Microsoft.NET.
  • Reduce deployment costs by using new technologies
  • Reduce management and support costs by centralizing administration and making software maintenance and upgrade quicker and more efficient.
  • VMware ESXi
  • MS Hyper V
  • Skype for Business Video or voice call anyone in the world, for free.
  • Share messages with your team.
  • Give great presentations online or discover new ways to collaborate with screen sharing
  • Office Communications Server (OCS) – integrate and manage audio and video conferencing, instant messaging and VoIP; full integrability with your current Active Directory database; legacy PBX co-existence.

Technology is constantly changing. Huge investments from companies like Intel, Microsoft and others produce an endless flow of products promising enhanced productivity, reduced costs, better integration with customers and partners, and even innovative ways to conduct business.

To achieve these goals, IT organizations often undertake the daunting challenge of introducing new software such as Operating Systems like Windows 7/10 and Windows Server 2008, new systems, business applications, and even new processes. Whether part of a new deployment or a migration, this involves major changes to the organization.

The Change phase of the lifecycle management begins. To minimize costs, careful planning must be undertaken. A process must be in place to evaluate and control software releases. Companies that expect to gain the benefits from the new software should utilize experts with a proven track record of success. Disciplines within this phase include: Change Management, Configuration Management, and Release Management.

Next begins the Operating phase. Once deployed, day-to-day tasks must be executed effectively and efficiently to keep the systems running. Disciplines within this phase include: Event, Incident, Access and Problem Management.

In addition to day-to-day operations, problems and issues ultimately arise. The Support phase addresses the timely resolution of incidents, problems, and end-user inquiries. Functions that support this process include: Service desk, IT Operations Management, and Application Management.

Ultimately, a proactive review of the service level performance, and forecasting of future needs will lead to the Optimization phase. Disciplines required to be effective during this phase are: Service Level Management, Capacity Management, Availability Management, Fiscal Management, Workforce Management, and Service Continuity Management. The results of the Optimization phase are often changes that will reduce costs while maintaining or improving service levels. Thus, the lifecycle management process begins again.

In today's world every hand uses a desktop, mobile phone or a tablet. Having a unique website developed for different screen sizes and resolutions can make your businesses look better and serve better online. Showcasing your products or services through pamphlets and brochures is an old practice; it’s time we move on to the digital world.

  • Code with the best website development practices
  • Get assistance to double the profit to your company and your business.
  • Create a strong and positive impact on your potential customers
  • Stand out amongst your business competitors.
  • We implement responsive design and adaptive techniques.
  • A hassle free CMS (Content Management System). Easy for non-technical user to make changes in design and content.
  • Expert knowledge in working with platforms like Drupal, Joomla, Wordpress or Magento.
  • Latest coding methodologies CSS3 and HTML5
  • We develop and make sure all SEO best practices are fulfill