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Our provide consultancy services for span design, installation, implementation, configuration, migrations and troubleshooting. With more than a decade of independent Microsoft Server experience under our belt, we've handled numerous different implementations and configurations. All work is carried out in accordance with Microsoft best practice, so you can be confident the solution will do what you want it to. We're able to work with Many servers like 2003, 2007, 2010, 2013 and 2016 plus Small Business Server (SBS) 2008 and 2011. Trouble-free implementation Because we're completely independent, with no hardware or software affiliations, we provide unbiased advice and opinion on every aspect of Microsoft Server deployment - including licensing, archiving, load balancing, storage configuration, virtualisation and backups. Our long-held expertise in general network administration gives us a view of the 'bigger picture', providing insights into other unrelated networking issues that can affect the implementation of Exchange so we can resolve them and ensure a successful installation. Typical projects include: Installation and deployment of a new Exchange environment Assessment of Exchange implementation plans to confirm their suitability Design modification of existing Exchange implementations - for example load balancing, high availability and fault tolerance Implementation of load balancers SSL Certificate installation and configuration, and Migrations with zero downtime With Server 2003 and 2007 no longer supported, and Server 2010 into "extended support" (security updates only), many of our clients are choosing to upgrade now. We can help with detailed planning and preparation for migration to the latest version (Server), and carry out the work so that there's no downtime for end users and no risk to the data. If a migration carried out by a third party has gone wrong and been aborted, we can clean it up - rescuing the project, protecting data and minimising disruption.

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