Architecture and Engineering
From small implementations to large-scale projects, we are committed to developing solutions that lead with a ‘security first’ mindset. We are here to guide your organization through the design, development, and implementation of your IT infrastructure regardless of size.
Our team has over ten years of specialized experience in the management and implementation of highly complex projects in ever-changing environments. If your organization is looking to upgrade your infrastructure, consolidate an acquisition, or relocate your business, we are here to guide you through the process from conceptualization to execution to ensure optimal up time for our clients.
Our Certified Engineers have experience with the infrastructure design, implementation and management of the following:
IT Strategic Planning and Road Mapping for Hardware Lifecycle and Budgeting
Cloud Architecture, Engineering, and Migrations
Security/IA Hardware (Firewalls, VPN, IDS/IPS, DLP, SWG, PAM, PKI)
VOIP Architecture, Engineering, and Implementation
Network and Infrastructure Best Practices and Security Assessments
Workflow and Data Management Engineering
Security tools implementation and operations
LAN Technologies (NAC/802.1x, Web Content Filtering, Multicast)
Application Migrations and Upgrades
Network and Infrastructure Mapping and Documentation
Network and Infrastructure Architecture, Engineering and Migrations
With expertise in the following technologies:
Microsoft Office 365
Amazon Web Services
Microsoft Power BI Desktop
What We Guarantee:
- Our proven track record with long-term and highly complex projects in ever-changing environments is top-tier.
- We pride ourselves on consistent, clear communication with clients.
- We will deliver the project that meets the client needs, on-time and within budget.
- Our comprehensive knowledge through all aspects of technology enables us to recommend and implement solutions that will best fit the needs of our clients.
We are here to help, contact us today.
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