At Telecom Computer, we pride ourselves on our ability to offer industry-leading computing solutions at affordable prices. Telecom Computer can help your organization become more efficient by providing everything from server and storage consolidation to network audits, VMware migration and wireless infrastructure solutions. We can also assist with data storage, backup and recovery. Our certified, Tier 1-based Professional Service deployment process always includes three vital components: planning, implementation and maintenance. This ensures that making changes or upgrades won’t slow your business down.
Telecom Computer provides the following Professional Services
As recently as a few years ago, business computers were a mere tool: their role was to help office staff perform paper-based tasks more easily and efficiently. Today, a business’s ability to leverage technology is a critical determinant of its success or failure. This is why Telecom Computer places end-user experience at the heart of everything we do. It’s vital that employees be able to access business applications quickly, easily, and from anywhere and everywhere. The better they can take advantage of your IT resources, the better they’ll innovate and perform. We support End-User Computing in the following four areas:
In the modern computing age, clouds – which are simply resource provider networks – work exactly the same way as they always have, with two key differences: firstly, clouds can be anywhere; and secondly, clouds can both grow and shrink to meet the resource demand placed on them. Thanks to the global availability of the Internet, clouds can literally exist anywhere. Wherever IP – or Internet Protocol – is available, clouds can exist. This means that cloud environments offering resources for consumption can be found inside any business or organization (a “private cloud”) or out on the global Internet (a “public cloud”). Our Cloud Computing practice consists of the following four areas:
Despite all the advances made in the modern computing era and the inertia behind cloud-based computing environments, one thing remains constant: the need for physical infrastructure. Any organization adopting information technology today – assuredly almost all of them – depend on physical infrastructure to support the information system. Whether an information system is comprised of a single computer and printer or an entire datacenter full of server racks, it all comes down to two things: hardware and software. In order to leverage our strength and experience in the IT industry, Telecom Computer has arranged its Infrastructure Solutions practice around the following eight categories: