Our solutions serve a single purpose, that of solving business challenges. Whether that challenge may be delivering an application to your end users, consolidating your storage and/or server infrastructure, securing endpoints, implementing two-factor authentication, or building a solid directory services infrastructure, our core competencies are sure to meet and exceed your business requirements. Feel free to explore our solution offerings below, or contact us to learn more.
Most organizations have many applications that need to be delivered to a wide variety of users. In addition, the number and variety of applications is growing, and the void between applications and users is increasing with time, driven by opposing market forces.
An organization’s core infrastructure is a suite of interrelated structural components that provide the foundation for supporting an entire environment that represents the single most critical component to which all other components require and depend on.
Lacking the in-house technical expertise or workforce to support your growing infrastructure? Are you looking to decrease IT management efforts, while avoiding high capital costs? Learn how our portfolio of managed service offerings can help.
Ensuring the confidentiality, integrity and availability of your information and technology assets is critical to your organization’s success and survival. These three fundamentals, known as the CIA Triangle, form the cornerstone of Third Octet’s security practices and solutions.
Storage is a necessity for any growing or established organization; the need to provide adequate storage space for applications and the end user community is essential to maintaining a solid, reliable, and stable infrastructure. However, the issues surrounding storage and implementation of such solutions, especially with storage expansion, can bottleneck an organization’s growth, specifically when the focus is to trap storage behind individual servers.
Virtualization is an abstraction layer used as a means to separate the physical hardware from the operating system to deliver greater IT resource utilization and flexibility. This abstraction layer allows multiple virtual machines with varied operating systems to run in isolation on the same physical machine. Each virtual machine is presented with its own set of virtual hardware in which operating systems and applications are loaded onto. The operating system itself sees a constant and standardized set of hardware regardless of the underlying physical hardware differences.