Domain IT Infrastructure
Whether it’s in the cloud, on-premise, or both, we’ll make sure you’re getting the best fit.
Data is the backbone of your business. Figuring out how you store it is one of the most important decisions you’ll make. We’ll help you determine the best option for your business’s unique needs and set it up seamlessly.
Spend a lot of time out of office? Might need to scale quickly? Don’t worry about a server closet – a cloud solution might be right for you.
Physical infrastructure offers control and security like nothing else. In some regulated industries, it might even be required.
Domain offers the best of both worlds – the flexibility of the cloud with the security and structure of on-premise solutions.
Assessing your needs for best fit
Determining the best solution for your business requires juggling a variety of different requirements and needs, which may feel overwhelming. You might be worried about infrastructure costs, your need to scale, or your rigorous security protocols. These are just a few of the variables we take into consideration when evaluating the right environment for you. You’ll end up with the most cost-effective, intelligent solution.
After we’ve determined the best network solution for your team, we’ll help you prepare for the migration. We have a team of experts that are dedicated to making your migration as seamless and simplified as possible. No matter how complex your setup, we’ll make the process as smooth as possible.
To help you determine where your business technology stands today and what you need to do to prepare for the future, we’ve developed a proprietary assessment that shows you the gaps in your technology and how to fix them. To find out what that looks like, check out the Domain IT Gap Analysis™.
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