Infrastructure Support Services | Sandfield

Infrastructure support services

Your organisation relies on certain mission-critical systems. Reliability, availability, supportability and manageability of those systems has a major impact on the success of your business. At Sandfield, our team have the skills and experience to manage your systems to ensure maximum performance and cost effectiveness. Your business benefits from lower IT management costs, improved management focus through reduced distraction from IT issues and an assurance that IT systems will meet future business objectives. 


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Cost saving with Sandfield managed services after recent migration from alternative provider
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Cloud services

Sandfield have a breadth of experience in delivering and supporting cloud solutions such as Google Apps and Office 365 for productivity; Amazon Web Services (AWS) for compute power and storage; StorageCraft Cloud Services for business continuity; and AirWatch, InTune and OptiTune for mobile device management.

Business continuity

With well planned and monitored data protection and regular recovery/restore tests, coupled with our offsite replication options we can provide a high level of confidence that your data is safe and business can continue to operate in the face of an incident or disaster.

Proactive monitoring

Enable quick response to problems before they become issues by catching warnings and trends early on, improving reliability and uptime. Regular reviews of requirements and infrastructure capacity will allow the systems to provide maximum benefit and grow with the business.

Accountable, responsive IT management from a team you trust.

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