Business IT Infrastructure

The business IT infrastructures we recommend are extensively researched and tested in-house before being implemented into a working, business environment. By utilising the latest technology from leading vendors, you can rest assured your business IT infrastructure is in safe hands. For additional peace of mind, infrastructures recommended and installed by us include 30 day post-installation support free of charge as standard. The vast majority of infrastructures we recommend are scalable so that should your business expand, your IT is ready to expand with you.

Non-Virtualized Hybrid Infrastructure

An infrastructure designed for businesses that are currently running on the Microsoft Small Business Server platform or those that do not require additional servers for line of business applications. A server would be installed locally on site to store documents, maintain security and set user permissions. Documents would be backed up locally on a daily basis using RDX cartridge. Email would be stored offsite in Microsoft's datacenters as part of a Microsoft Office 365 subscription.

Virtualized Hybrid Infrastructure

An infrustructure designed for businesses that use or require additional servers to run line of business applications. A server would be installed locally on site to run multiple virtual machines, store documents, maintain security, set user permissions and run line of business applications. Virtual Machines and documents would be backed up locally on a daily basis using either RDX or tape media. Subject to internet bandwidth, the backup could be replicated offsite to a hosted server. Email would be stored offsite in Microsoft's datacenters as part of a Microsoft Office 365 subscription. High availability and disaster recovery would be significantly improved by installing a SAN with a "cold" spare server.

Virtualized On-Premise Infrastructure

An infrastructure designed for businesses that require additional servers to run line of business applications. A server would be installed locally on site to run multiple virtual machines, store documents, maintain security, set user permissions and run line of business applications. Virtual Machines and documents would be backed up locally on a daily basis using either RDX or tape media. Subject to internet bandwidth, the backup could be replicated offsite to a hosted server. Email would be stored onsite using Microsoft Exchange Server. High availability and disaster recovery would be significantly improved by installing a SAN with a "cold" spare server.