We provide IT support for businesses in the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia and remote technical support. We specialize in data protection, disaster recovery, network security, network and server administration.Get a Free ConsultationLearn More
We Focus on the Technology You Focus on the Business
Let us work with you to identify critical points and provide redundant hardware, software and/or processes to protect your business from events that can destroy your data or your ability to conduct business.
We design and manage networks from the ground up, and can troubleshoot any existing network. If you need tech support for your machines or assistance with your network, we're your team.
Let's save you money and increase the quality of your services. Whether it's moving your email accounts to Office365 or GSuite, we can assist at each step of the way. We help you utilize cloud technologies to improve your business.
We provide you with the quality of service provided by a full-time IT support staff without the same high costs. If you've been considering needed improvements to your network but haven't been able to align your desires with your budget, let's have a talk.
Business IT Support is whatever your business needs to operate effectively in our increasingly interconnected world. We provide service both on an "as needed" basis or as a Service Level Agreements (SLA), a contract for set amount of hours of IT support on a monthly basis. The SLA can be used to address any IT needs of the client and would be configured and fully scalable to the needs of each client.
Patient data privacy/security, information systems optimization, print/scan, & network support. We support but aren't limited to the following software: Eaglesoft Dental Software, Dexis, Patient relationship and education packages, WinOMS. We also support the following hardware: Intraoral cameras, Integrated Xray systems (I.e Shick sensors), EHR data protection, Signature Pad installation and support.
Most organizations providing financial services must comply with the Sarbanes–Oxley Act of 2002 (typically called, “SOX”). These requirements mandate a variety of important INFOSEC protection mechanisms to be used for the protection of client data.
Computer forensics expertise for both the prosecution or the defense of alleged criminal activities. A recent ‘white paper’ from Dell Computer alleges that, "Every Crime is an E-crime"…… meaning that just about every possible criminal activity involves computing devices and networks, or leaves some sort of ‘digital footprint’.