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Technology Stack


In the inherently complex domain of technology and information systems, find out what works and keep repeating it.

When we build a business class technology infrastructure, we use the same set of products and services every time. This collection of products and services is called our technology stack.

The technology stack is made up of several categories of items:

  • workstation computers
  • servers (vm)
  • firewalls
  • IP phones
  • paging adapters
  • switches
  • wireless access points
  • Internet circuits
  • efax
  • email systems
  • printers
  • scanners
  • laptops
  • antivirus antimalware software
  • productivity software
  • cloud backup software
  • disk encryption software

The items we use are in the class of those intended for enterprise environments. Many of these items cannot be purchased locally at any of the common big box stores.


The use of enterprise class equipment brings enterprise class reliability to small and medium sized businesses.

Some of the specific items in our technology stack are:

Classification Vendor
Networking: Cisco Meraki
Workstations: Dell OptiPlex
Servers: Microsoft Azure
Email: Google Workspace
Email: Microsoft 365
Printers: Lexmark Mx/Cx Series
UCaaS: RingCentral Office
Internet Circuits AT&T symmetric fiber optic

The use of a well-defined and thin technology stack is beneficial to you, the client. Why?


Because the path to success is via standardization, not customization.

Consider the fact that for every product we use, there must be training, documentation, and depth of experience in order to achieve a reliable and predictable outcome. That is only possible with a short list of carefully chosen high quality items that have been mastered.

We will build IT systems for your business that will work properly, and we will stand behind them for the long term.