Business Systems

Business Systems

Business Services

The business systems group is responsible for providing operational infrastructure administration, maintenance and support of critical systems that our customers rely on.

The group takes care of specifying hardware, software and licensing, installation, configuration, security, management, maintenance, top tier technical support, developing and implementing automated backup policies, etc.

A ubiquitous group, the types of systems that are within the group’s purview is extensive. A few of the types of systems this group can handle include:

        Exchange Systems Business email, calendar and contacts on your PC, phone or browser.
SharePoint Systems Using SharePoint 2010, your people can set up Web sites to share information with others, manage documents from start to finish, and publish reports to help everyone make better decisions.
Active Directory Management Active Directory provides a central location for network administration and security. It authenticates and authorizes all users and computers in a Windows domain type network—assigning and enforcing security policies for all computers and installing or updating software. Ref
Application Servers Application Server provides an integrated environment for deploying and running custom, server-based business applications that are built with the Microsoft .NET Framework.
Group Policy Management Group Policy in part controls what users can and cannot do on a computer system, for example: to enforce a password complexity policy that prevents users from choosing an overly simple password, to allow or prevent unidentified users from remote computers to connect to a network share, to block access to the Windows Task Manager or to restrict access to certain folders. Ref
Network/Shared File Systems A file server provides a central location on your network where you can store and share files with users across your network.
SMTP Services SMTP, (Simple Mail Transfer Protocol) is an Internet standard for electronic mail transmission across IP networks. The server handles outbound traffic by routing out to the Internet email messages received from users, and inbound routing of email to users received from external servers.
Certificate Services A system service that issues and manages SSL certificates to provide secure, encrypted network communications. Certificates can be used to provide authentication support, including secure email, web-based authentication, and smart card authentication.
DHCP, DNS, WINS Servers Servers that provide network services to issue and manage IP addresses to client systems and translate system and domain names to routable IP addresses.
Network Print Servers A server that hosts print services which provide for network shared printers.
Remote Desktop Servers Remote Desktop Services (RDS) is a capability in Windows Server which separates where the desktop or application is used from where it runs. It accelerates desktop & application deployments enabling any client to run any application or operating system.
BizTalk Systems BizTalk Server is Microsoft’s Integration and connectivity server solution. A mature product, BizTalk Server provides a solution that allows organizations to more easily connect disparate systems.
Windows Small Business Systems With Windows Small Business Server (SBS), you get a complete solution designed for customers who want enterprise-class technologies in an all-in-one package that is tailored to small business needs and priced accordingly.