IT Management Solution Announces Updated Range of Virtualization Services for Businesses

IT Management Solution | May 04, 2020

IT Management Solution Announces Updated Range of Virtualization Services for Businesses
  • IT Management Solutions launched a full range of virtualization services for local businesses interested in improving their IT performance.

  • The company offers cutting-edge virtualization technologies and solutions to help client businesses improve application performance, optimize physical space utilization.

  • The company’s new virtualization solutions allow businesses to benefit from improved performance without compromising on accessibility.


Salem, New Hampshire IT services company IT Management Solutions launched a full range of virtualization services for local businesses interested in improving their IT performance, reducing their operation costs and implementing effective work-from-home policies.

IT Management Solutions, an IT services company based in Salem, New Hampshire, announced an updated range of virtualization services for businesses in Salem, Manchester and the surrounding areas. The company offers cutting-edge virtualization technologies and solutions to help client businesses improve application performance, optimize physical space utilization, and minimize the risk of data loss and cyber crime.

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The latest announcement aims to respond to the increased demand for effective technology optimization solutions. With strategic virtualization solutions, businesses across sectors can improve their IT infrastructure while reducing the physical space needed to house hardware, lowering their energy costs, and offering staff the ability to access business IT systems from anywhere.

 

We are offering capabilities that enable you to separate your IT resources from your in-house environment, explained a spokesperson for the company. That means you can actually do more with less, because your technology will be delivered to you via the Internet, instead of taking over your office.


By virtualizing your in-house technology, you’ll be able to access more IT, more memory and more software than is physically installed in your office, because it’s all hosted by IT Management Solutions offsite. That means you no longer have a single point of failure with everything taking up space in your office. IT Management Solutions will take care of your most important IT assets for you, they added.

The company’s new virtualization solutions allow businesses to benefit from improved performance without compromising on accessibility and with massive reductions in hardware maintenance and energy costs.

Companies can get access to advanced technologies without having to install additional equipment, and all software can be easily accessed remotely. In light of the current COVID-19 mitigation policies, this allows businesses to implement work-from-home or telecommuting programs.

To assist businesses in transitioning to telecommuting, IT Management Solutions has created a free guide on how to set up a work-from-home remote access system. Finally, with optimized technology storage and management solutions, the risk of cyber crime is also substantially reduced.

With the latest announcement, the company continues to expand its cutting-edge IT solutions to meet the diverse needs of businesses throughout New England.

IT Management Solutions has more than a decade of experience serving businesses in New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Rhode Island and Maine. The company has established a strong reputation for professionalism and service quality, as reflected in its flawless 5-star rating out of more than 110 Google reviews.

A satisfied client said: I have been working directly with Pedro and his team at IT Management Solutions for over a year and a half now. The attention to detail and level of customer service provided is second to none. Their broad knowledge of IT infrastructure, data security and multi-vendor platforms continues to assist our company’s expansion domestically and throughout Latin America. I would highly recommend ITMS.

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About IT Management Solutions

IT Mgmt Solutions offers a range of services aimed at ensuring that your systems are not only running smoothly but also backed up in case of disaster and and helping to grow your business. If you have any kind of technology troubles in New England it’s time to talk to IT Mgmt Solutions about ways to change your business for the better. www.itsupportboston.us

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