Save yourself the headache. Outsource your IT with GroundForce.

We design solutions based on your business needs providing a defined scope of work and deployment plan. Upon implementation, we provide a complete list of services rendered as your checklist with the original proposal. Our network integration services include:

Our Solutions at a Glance

Server Virtualization

  • Increase up-time with high availability, storage V-Motion and live migration.
  • Improve disaster recovery by removing dependency on a particular hardware vendor or server model.
  • Faster server provisioning

Managed IT Services

  • Proactive monthly monitoring of servers and desktops.
  • Assistance with moves, adds and changes on your network.
  • Cost effective access to enterprise-level support.
  • Cost effective access to enterprise-level support.
  • Minimized downtime.

Network Security

  • Enterprise class firewall and VPN configuration and deployment.
  • Anti-Virus, Spyware and Malware Protection.
  • Web content filtering and application control.
  • Email security, encryption and archiving.
  • Cyber-security awareness and training.

Cloud Services

  • Office 365, Microsoft's hosted email platform that includes so much more!
  • Leveraging Microsoft's Azure or Amazons Web Service to place your server solutions in the cloud.
  • Utilizing cloud based storage for backups.
  • Cloud and hosted anti-virus and monitoring solutions.

LAN/WAN Infrastructure

  • Our expert consultants can help support your complex Local Area Network switching needs.
  • We assist with the design, install and ongoing support of your Wide Area Networking solutions.

Storage Area Networking

  • Storage Area Networking to support your virtualization solutions.
  • Products include hybrid and all flash arrays.

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