Anderson Technologies, Inc. is pleased to announce the launch of Managed Tech Services packages. Open to new and current clients, these packages cover a range of IT monitoring and protection plans tailored to your technological needs and budget.
Mark Anderson, principal and co-owner of Anderson Technologies said, “We’re excited to offer Managed Tech Services plans that enable us to manage our clients’ infrastructure more proactively. Rather than waiting for something to fail and fixing it then, these plans allow us to implement systems that help anticipate issues before they occur, increasing uptime and client productivity.”
By investing in outsourced monitoring, servicing, and general upkeep of their computer infrastructure, our clients experience fewer problems and less downtime. Most importantly, Anderson Technologies provides a more thoughtful, purposeful management of your ever-changing computing technology, while fixed-fee plans give clients predictable computer maintenance costs and accommodate a wide range of system needs and budgets.
Clients can choose from Anderson Technologies’ Sentinel, Guardian, and Citadel Plans, each offering varying levels of coverage to manage and maintain a client’s network, firewalls, servers, workstations, laptops, printers, and wireless infrastructure. With both on-site and remote support, data backups, recovery, and anti-virus/anti-malware management, Anderson Technologies provides clients thorough evaluations, system stabilization, and ongoing monitoring of potential vulnerabilities and system entry points.
“It’s of paramount importance to us to provide the same level of exceptional service our clients have always enjoyed,” added principal and co-owner Amy Anderson. “We feel this new system of support will benefit them tremendously. The reception we’ve had so far has been outstanding as clients experience peace of mind knowing their systems are being monitored. And from a financial standpoint, a predictable monthly fee helps clients avoid budgetary surprises throughout the year.”