San Diego, USA (PRWEB) September 19, 2013
“We customize IT solutions to fit the business needs of smaller scale industries to provide them with the same level of IT efficiency as any large organization, at affordable costs”, said Yury Borukh, CEO of ITatOnce.
According to Borukh, the solutions ITatOnce will offer as part of its expanded consulting services will include:
Server Consolidation - Using the full capacity of a server maximizes utilization and prevents “server sprawl.”
Data Center Architecture - By customizing the infrastructure of a data center, companies can achieve the highest possible output with their information systems.
Business Continuity Services - Useful resources and training modules help protect IT systems from disruptions.
Storage, Backup and Disaster Recovery – These safety solutions can prevent companies from losing data by creating sufficient backup resources.
Application and Database Integration - ITatOnce helps companies of all sizes optimize their resources through application and database integration plans.
Cloud Architecture -. ITatOnce has created a number of cloud-computing solutions to meet the data and application sharing requirements of small- and medium-sized businesses.
Technical Support Services – ITatOnce will offer unparalleled customer service and robust error recovery solutions. The firm understands the problems small- and medium-sized businesses face and is positioned to respond quickly.
Client Lifecycle Management – Companies will be able to easily share resources across locations for centralized control, greater compliance, and lower Total Cost of Ownership (TCO).
Infrastructural Assessment - ITatOnce will assess an organization’s existing infrastructure and provide guidance on how to affordably increase the effectiveness of its computer systems.
“With an increased dependence on information systems, even the smallest of companies needs a well-defined IT architecture,” said Borukh. “ITatOnce gives these companies a range of dependable solutions to optimize the output of their computing resources.”
Yury Borukh, CEO
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