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Managed Services

Managed Network Services

Monitoring and managing network infrastructure components.

Monitoring and managing network infrastructure components such as firewalls, routers, switches and load balancers can be time-consuming and oftentimes not the most effective utilization of IT resources. As such, many organizations have come to realize that their network infrastructure can be helped by managed network services of a third-party provider, ensuring they can focus on more strategic initiatives.

At OneNeck, our experienced managed network services team provides remote, enterprise-wide network infrastructure management and monitoring, giving you the assurance that the backbone of your business is running smoothly.

Uptime SLAs

Uptime, security, power and redundancy requirements are simply an expectation. We will exceed them. We offer high performance and availability with a financially backed SLA.

Free up Resources

Devote less IT resources to routine maintenance and troubleshooting, freeing them up to focus on mission-critical strategic initiatives.

Flexibility on Demand

Customized/tailored managed services solutions to meet your specific business needs.

Managed Network Services

We provide our customers with remote, enterprise-wide network infrastructure management and monitoring. We take full responsibility of your day-to-day network operations and maintenance.

Our comprehensive managed network services include:

  • Network discovery and analysis
  • Trouble reporting and resolution
  • Trend usage analysis and capacity planning
  • Network security management

Lowering Costs Through Hosted and Managed Services

In today’s economy, every dollar saved and every dollar earned counts more than ever. As such, every IT activity needs to be justified to find funding and support. For every IT project analysis, decision-makers should include an in-house versus service provider cost comparison. Although the benefits of hiring specialists are evident, IT leaders should ask questions and evaluate all costs before undertaking any strategic IT initiative.

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