Started as a IT solutions integrator, Sirius now offers integrated, multivendor technology solutions that meet the requirements of the full range of organizations, from small businesses to large enterprises and hundreds of locations. Today, Sirius offers solutions that are integrated, implemented, and supported by its certified services consultants using proven methodologies in terms of planning and project management. With the right people and the right partners, Sirius focuses on solutions to help IT professionals cut costs, increase reliability, ease the burden of management, maximize flexibility, mitigate risk and improve service. The company’s team of certified expert in multiple disciplines and products assists clients get from the high-level architecture of a solution all the way down to the technical configuration and implementation of point-products.
Making the most of the IT investments means understanding the value each server platform offers. However, most of the companies face difficulties to select the right platform for their application and right partner to successfully integrate a reliable, cost-effective server solution that will provide the optimum performance.
Sirius’s networking solution helps clients in cost saving and greater information sharing through unified voice, data, and video networks, with increased asset utilization through virtualization
With over three decades of experience architecting, configuring, and implementing servers to run the applications and tools critical to clients’ success, Sirius provides systems integration to its clients. The company’s server solutions include configuration and planning options, maintenance, technical support, subscription management, software licensing, and financing.
Built on products and services from the world’s top technology companies, Sirius solutions are installed, configured and supported by its dedicated teams of certified experts. For instance, Affordable Internet Services Online (AISO.net) was struggling to maintain its operations using solar power. The company needed an IT infrastructure that could reduce its power consumption, while maintaining responsiveness and high availability. Sirius worked with Network Appliance, VMware, Cisco, and IBM to design a consolidation and virtualization solution that met its energy consumption, system redundancy and scalability requirements as well as the corporate mission of an environmentally friendly hosting infrastructure.
Further, Sirius has recently acquired Force3 in an effort to expand its security and networking capabilities in the Mid-Atlantic region, and Federal market. “Our clients will benefit from strengthened engineering skills in these areas, as well as additional contract vehicles that are available to help Federal, state and local governmental clients simplify the process of acquiring the solutions they need,” concludes Mertens.