A growing gas management company with multiple sites between Texas and Louisiana was in need of an IT partner who could help improve system uptime, be responsive. and help align their technology with their business objectives, Demonstrating solid knowledge of their business, the company was signed as a client.
This 31-year-old government manufacturing contractor lost their IT Admin which left them with no support. Looking for an IT partner with a strong security practice, they called Axxys. After initial meetings the company chose Axxys as its partner and we jumped right into security updates.
After nine years with their MSP, this 30-year-old law firm felt they just were not getting the same level of service that they had before. Upon referral to Axxys, we were able to open a dialog and share our experience and expertise in the legal industry and began the transition over the Axxys Managed Services.
42-year-old Financial Advisory firm growing out of office space needed to move. Axxys was tasked to plan a complete infrastructure move including servers, voice, networking, ISP services, and wireless upgrades. Completed 9 hours under budget.
A local Dallas medical practice sought to break away from a hospital-managed partner and open two private practices in Dallas and Fort Worth. The first stop was updating, migrating and securing their Exchange servers for compliant email use and management.
With infrastructure servers approaching end-of-life and end-of-warranty it was deemed time to migrate servers and implement virtual servers to add reduncancy and back up for additional services.
Dealership growth and addition of new staff meant that their legacy phone system would need to be upgraded. The Cisco BE6000 was selected to be the best fit for the current needs and future expansions.
Combining two Windows Server appliances with image backup software and secure offsite data services, Axxys developed a solution that delivered a quick time to restore files (minutes) and servers (hours) that met both the budget and recovering time objectives.
A complete campus assessment, with wireless heat map reporting, was needed to determine an accurate number of access points necessary to deliver support for increasing number of wireless devices among faculty and students.
A Company’s existing Exchange server was approaching Microsoft’s end-of-support date and had to be replaced without major interruption.