Optimizing your server infrastructure
For your business to run smoothly, you must have complete confidence that your IT systems have been deployed and are being administered and managed with a high degree of expertise and efficiency. A managed server solution from OneNeck is an excellent way to ensure this.
We deliver just what the name managed servers implies. We set up servers designed and dedicated to meet your business needs in one of our state-of-the-art data centers. This ensures the highest level of security, availability, service, upgrade-ability, flexibility and scalability.
Our security procedures meet the most stringent standards having been audited to ensure they’re SSAE 16 Type II SOC1 compliant. This also means they meet most regulatory requirements including HIPAA, PCI and other standards. And because we manage the servers for you, we make sure they’re compliant for the life of your contract.
OneNeck engineers work on your behalf to handle the day-to-day activities that can distract your IT professionals from more strategic initiatives. We ensure your mission-critical desktops and servers have the latest versions of your software and have the most recent security patches installed. We are dedicated to providing advanced monitoring, patching and issue resolution for your IT infrastructure.
In addition, we provide comprehensive remote support services. Our team of experienced, certified and responsive staff is there 24/7/365 monitoring servers and data to anticipate any potential issues and fix them before they become problems.
OneNeck IT Solutions’ managed servers solution comes with a high level of professional support, saving you time and money that can be better spent elsewhere. Cutting down on staff hiring and training can seriously help your bottom line and streamline business operations. It also gives your current IT staff the breathing room to focus on more strategic needs of the organization.
Managed servers Include:
- Single point of contact
- Guaranteed response time
- 24/7/365 monitoring of critical services
- Patch updates
- Remote support for issue resolution
- Reporting for capacity planning