The Fundamentals of Modern Business

Every employee in every business – from the enterprise to the local SMB – depends on applications like email and Active Directory to do their jobs. These fundamentals not only make the basics of your business function, they also enable innovation so your teams can build better products and deliver better services for your customers.

Mindsight’s expert engineers have seen it all, and they can help your business deploy, troubleshoot, update, and deliver these applications to your teams, helping the organization remain competitive in an evolving business landscape.

Core Infrastructure Applications from Mindsight

  • Active Directory

    Active Directory manages user profiles, restrictions, and passwords from a central location. Using Active Directory protects this critical information and allows your IT department to create user profiles, enable single sign-on, and access a collection of user role and encryption software to organize your workforce.

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  • Microsoft Exchange

    A Microsoft Exchange server provides the foundation for your email and calendar applications. Mindsight’s expert-level-only engineers can help you migrate, upgrade, or replace your Exchange server.

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  • Microsoft Office 365

    Leverage all the advantages of 0365 – like improved collaboration, convenience, and availability – while avoiding the complicated licensing and complex usage profiling. Mindsight’s experts can help you get the best value by optimizing your deployment modeling process.

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  • VDI

    Virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) moves desktop software to a central data center, so users can access desktop software as simply as an email account. This lowers costs and improves service levels.

    VDI benefits include:

    • Lower cost of ownership
    • Faster deployment and management
    • Freedom from hardware
    • Improved security
    • Embedded disaster recovery
    • Remote work enablement

  • SCCM

    System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM) is an invaluable deployment tool to help control and distribute software to desktops, servers, laptops, and other devices across the network.

    SCCM benefits include:

    • Improved user productivity
    • Unified IT management
    • Simplified administration
    • Streamlined updates with OS
    • Consolidated reporting

Discover More With Mindsight

Infrastructure Optimization Roadmap

Our expert-level-only engineers analyze existing infrastructure and work with your teams to create an optimization roadmap that aligns to your business needs.

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The Ultimate Guide To Creating A Tech Roadmap

Mindsight’s Ultimate Guide to Creating a Technology Roadmap provides guidance on creating a strategic roadmap for your technology solutions.

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Check Out Our Upcoming Events

Mindsight hosts regular events focused on educating business leaders around innovations in the technology sector that deliver growth, scalability, and risk mitigation.

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Mindsight Blog

Read the latest and most relevant technology news through the Mindsight blog. Our most recent articles are below.

Cloud Computing, Data Storage, Industry News, Managed IT Services, Technology

  Updated September 10, 2020 by Siobhan Climer and Mike Czerniak The as-a-service label has been utilized in every facet of the technological sphere. In fact, there are some within the industry who advocate for an “everything-as-a-service” model, which is simply suggesting that anything can…

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Converged Infrastructure and Virtualization, Education

  Updated September 8, 2020 As was true in 2016, one of the biggest trends in IT (outside of cloud and increased security measures) is still virtualization. Whether it’s network virtualization, storage virtualization, server virtualization or more, this strategy enables a company to do more…

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Data Backup / Disaster Recovery, Infrastructure

  Updated August 26, 2020 by Siobhan Climer and Eric White The constant influx of new technologies and initiatives – from virtualization to HCI – has left an unkempt, untamed wild. It’s not just cables and racks that data center architects are left to organize, but…

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