LINUX IT SUPPORT
FOR SINGLE SERVER
TO MISSION CRITICAL
With in-depth knowledge of standard distributions – including Red Hat Enterprise, Ubuntu, Debian, SUSE, Slackware, and CentOS – as well as related POSIX operating systems – such as Solaris, UNIX and FreeBSD – we can provide the specialist support your Linux boxes need to keep them running smoothly. We’ll provide constant monitoring, system maintenance, and on-site support as part of a bespoke service that supports Linux’s legendary stability. We can provide external support for anything from one Linux server to hundreds.
Whether you require fully outsourced monitoring and management for the Linux machines on your network, or just want to know that our support’s is always at the end of the phone, help4IT’s pay-as-you-go service can provide the expertise you require. Our experienced Linux specialists are also available to project manage and roll out Linux infrastructure and appliances, working with both open source and proprietary software as dictated by your business needs.
We currently support and
maintain Linux applications
Performing tasks ranging from Content Management Systems to network and server monitoring appliances, VoIP, SQL database servers, and customer support ticketing systems. We will:
- Support any Linux system, from a single server to a complex network infrastructure
- Provide knowledgeable, unbiased advice on the benefits, savings, advantages and disadvantages of adding open source software to your business infrastructure
- Ensure that your systems receive the monitoring, updates and checks required to ensure consistent stability and high availability
- Give you access to a dedicated Linux specialist who’ll make it their job to know your systems
After an office move, Foren Money’s Zimbra email and collaboration server, running on a virtual host in a blade cluster, failed to come back online. Combining an intimate knowledge of blade servers with a deep understanding of Linux systems, our rescue team recovered a year’s worth of email and restored the system to working order where others had failed.
The open-source Moodle learning platform forms the backbone of many educational establishments’ electronic teaching, communication and submission systems. When a college’s existing Moodle installation ran out of space and crashed, we transitioned it to a new, dedicated server without losing the hard work of lecturers and students.
An expanding financial services company required a new telephony system for its call centres, capable of handling the call recording capabilities required by current financial regulations. We specified, installed and rolled out an Asterisk-based phone system to meet the requirements of both regulatory bodies and the staff who use it on a daily basis.