Diligence reduces threats and keeps vital systems secure
Anti-Virus Software Management & Update
Your network is exposed to new threats every day. Whether it's someone writing the next nasty virus, trying to hack into your network, or stealing your information while it's traveling to its destination, Sage Information Systems has you covered. We'll monitor and manage all aspects of network security, antivirus software, firewall, and VPN, so you can feel assured about the safety of your information.
The creativity and persistence of malicious hackers requires that firewall management be an active process. We'll keep an eye on your firewall, as well as the latest security trends, and make sure you stay current.
A VPN creates a secure "tunnel" by which you can access your network remotely. Sage Information Systems can establish, manage, and support your firewall services for you.
User Account Administration
Adding or removing users from your network resources is a snap. Just call Sage Information Systems and we'll take care of it for you.
File Sharing Permission and Administration
Sage Information Systems will work with you to determine the correct file structure for your organization. This will include helping you develop a file storage system and enabling end user access rights. Sage Information Systems assists end users in administering this system and ensuring critical corporate data is protected.
Sage Information Systems will work with you to ensure security best practices are in place and followed.
Virus Definition and Prevention
Sage Information Systems monitors your virus definitions to ensure you receive daily updates. This prevents viruses from infiltrating and corrupting your network.
Major Database / Critical Application Support
Although most software applications are important to your business, few are critical. Sage Information Systems places particular focus on these core tools and prioritizes their availability and proper functioning. Sage Information Systems works with both your end users and vendors to troubleshoot and resolve problems as they arise.
Examples of a major database or critical application can include, but are not limited to: customer relationship management systems, inventory management systems, online customer portals, knowledge management systems, and custom accounting software.