Colocation and Cloud Services
A disaster strikes, and your servers are down. You lost data, files and time trying to recover it all on your own. But with colocation, that doesn't have to be the case. APM Systems will store all of your information in servers that aren't even in your building, so when something bad happens everything you worked so hard to create stays intact. We'll monitor and upgrade your servers for you when you need it, and we can even fix computer problems remotely to help you find time to focus on more important tasks.
Colocation is an imperative service that will bring your company many benefits, highlighted below:
- Reduce energy costs – With all of your servers stored offsite, you can save energy and reduce your carbon footprint when using our services.
- No hosting issues ever again – Hosting problems are a thing of the past with APM Systems' colocation services – we’ll host everything, and it's included in our monthly fee.
- Frugal – Our services are cost effective and a great choice for any sized business.
- Add extra offices to your suite – When you need extra space for other technology, colocation is your solution.
End-to-End WLAN Solutions
Avoid unnecessary costs, deployment delays, and tedious learning curves with our complete end-to-end WLAN solutions.
- Pre-assessment and wireless LAN site analysis, design creation, and maintenance.
- Implementation and management hardware procurement and deployment, ongoing wireless network management, and performance reporting and maintenance.
- Security review, implementation, and authentication.
- Maintenance and problem resolution upgrades and changes, consistent and coordinated detection, resolution and remediation, and proactive SLA notification.
APM Systems works to ensure that you are at minimum security risk:
- Updates - Keeping computers and network equipment updated is one of the most effective steps to preventing a possible network security issue.
- Firewalls - A common mistake in small to medium business networks is the lack of a business grade firewall solution. Often business owners are unaware of the difference between having a network router and having a network firewall in place.
- Passwords and Two-Factor Authentication - Secure passwords and 2FA need to beimplemented to live up to today's minimum security standards. network security. Using sophisticated software and tools, hackers are easily gaining access to small business networks through simple or default passwords.
- Antivirus/Antispam - Most people know that antivirus and antispam software are necessary components of network security, but many people don’t realize why its so important until their computer or network is infected with a virus, malware, spyware, or a host of other potentially dangerous issues.