Our list of supported hardware, software and related technologies is so long that no single web page can do it justice (that is, of course, unless I invest 120 hours creating a single, extremely long and boringly detailed web page for it -- and I am unwilling to do that). So, we have broken it down into a series of generalized statements, catagories, and where applicable, actually hardware names & software titles.
Macintoshes: The rule of thumb on this matter is that if it is
a mac, connects to a mac or runs on a mac, we provide complete
support for it (Mac
List). Unlike our competitors, we are not a sales outfit
that provides presales support, but rather a true consulting
firm. We look at your needs and base our recommendations upon
that, not upon what's in inventory this week (we don't even
sell hardware or software normally).
Networks: The rule of thumb on this matter is that if it is a
network, we support it. Specifically, we tend to support
primarily 10/100/1000BaseT and fiberoptic-based networks,
including hubs, routers, switches, internet connectivity (DSL,
ISDN, T1, T3, D1, cable), mail/ftp/web servers, and various other
network devices (such HP's Digital Sender series). Our solutions
are all tried and tested before we impliment them at your end, so
you know that you won't get stuck being a 'guinea pig' for some
Training: we provide software training for almost all software on
the market running on Windows, UNIX and Macintosh. On top of
traditional software training, we also provide fundamentals
training in accounting, layout and publishing, graphic arts,
computer technology and repair, and systems & network administration concepts.
UNIX: we support Solaris, AU/X, AIX, HP UNIX, NeXT, as well as BSD and OSX. If it networks, prints from, scans to or interacts with a UNIX system, we can support it. We can provide system's configuration, needs matching, and custom programming at both the application and system levels. In addition, we can provide programming training C, C++, FORTRAN, ADA and BASIC for UNIX use.
Windows: Enterprise level and above, only. We don't support
it at the desktop level, although we are well qualified to
(including MCSE-qualified and A+ qualified staff). We do
support Windows systems at the Enterprise level, including
networks, corporate databases, IIS services, et cetera.
Large Enterprise Systems on all platforms: we provide IT
oversight to top management, to insure you are getting what
you can out of your IT departments. We also provide long-term
(1 to 5 year horizon) planning to insure that the technology
path your firm has choosen will not turn into dead end that
may leave your firm unable to function competitively in the
future. For our customers in this catagory, we were addressing
Y2K issues prior to 1992 -- was your IT department or outside
Copyright 2001, all rights reserved. Material on this page may not be used or reused without express written permission from the copyright holder. For information on licensing, contact the webmaster. Marc Glasgow is a Macintosh "Mac" Consultant serving the Tampa Bay area since 1990.