Services Overview

Technology infrastructure is a critical component of any business strategy today. Without a solid technological foundation, business expansion, collaboration, demand generation, manufacturing, distribution, or any other business process will languish. Often businesses consider the obvious or minimum in core applications and email, but fail to consider a higher-level initiative that includes mobility, security, business continuity, and application optimization. Further, the user community's experience with infrastructure components can usually be summed up as painful.

Let TCF bring thought leadership to your technology infrastructure strategy, considering not just the basics or the obvious, but looking deeper towards business optimization. TCF partners with companies to protect their IT assets through superior network infrastructure solutions and excellent professional services. Since we have expertise across multiple facets of your business – from back-office systems to cloud services and security services – we are uniquely positioned to understand your specific challenges and assist you in creating a flexible, dynamic infrastructure that seamlessly integrates all of your applications and IT systems.

  • Network infrastructure assessment & design
  • Networking and IT Support
  • Desktop and Server Support/Administration
  • Server administration
  • SAN storage management
  • Hardware and software implementation, configuration and ongoing maintenance
  • Hardware and software monitoring with 24x7 support
  • Application patch and update management
  • Anti-virus protection & spam filtering
  • Enterprise data backup and storage services
  • Disaster recovery / business continuity
  • Security & IT risk management
  • Server / platform consolidation and virtualization
  • Microsoft product support / implementation
  • Remote monitoring & administration services
  • Active Directory, Exchange, SQL, SharePoint
  • Proactive, regularly scheduled monthly care for software and infrastructure services