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Basically, we do it all. Out Of The Box Technology can come into your business to assess all of your technology needs, catalog all that you own and analyze how you are using it. We’ll make recommendations on how best to utilize your current IT investments as well as what you need to do to keep it running for years to come. If you are on legacy systems infrastructure, we can quote out, procure, implement and integrate new servers, computers and software into your existing network.
Being that we are specialists in Accounting Software (QuickBooks), Inventory Management Software (Fishbowl Inventory), Point of Sale Software (QuickBooks POS), CRM Software (SalesForce.com/Act/OasisCRM/DrivenCRM), we can answer all your questions on how these packages all integrate with one another as well as what type of systems you need in order to run them all in harmony.
Our core focus is on Small to Medium businesses with 1 ~ 50 users though no business is too large or too small for us to consult with. We have extensive experience with Microsoft Small Business Server (Versions 4.5/2000/2003/2008/2011), Exchange Server (2000/2003/2007/2010), Hardware Virtualization Technologies (Hyper-V/VMware/Parallels), and guess what, we Sell and Support Apple computers.
Do you want to switch from PCs to Macs? Out Of The Box Technology can map out a migration for you, implement Macs into your systems infrastructure, train you how to use your Mac for your business. In fact, we mainly operate off of Macs ourselves while using Windows to manage our business applications.
And that’s not all, don’t forget you need secure network routers, anti-virus and anti-spam filtering, web content filtering and social network filtering. Well guess what, we’ll protect you in all those areas too!
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