IT Support for Cities and Towns
Storage Networks provides IT support, hosting, product sales, and consulting for municipal entities, large and small.
If your team is understaffed and needs ongoing support or assistance on a per-project basis, contact us to learn how we can help.
How we help local government with IT
Storage Networks understands the key applications, budgeting cycles, and unique requirements of local government, including emergency services and public safety. We have migrated and sized servers, storage, cloud platforms, and disaster recovery / offsite backup for specialty applications including Munis, Springbrook, New World Public Safety, Prophoenix, Pamet, Nutrikids, and more. We can ensure solutions are CJIS compliant, either when hosted locally or in the cloud.
Many municipal applications are best run locally instead of in the cloud, either due to data availability requirements or a legacy design. We can help size private cloud hyperconverged infrastructure (HCI) or traditional servers + SAN from VMWare, Dell-EMC, HPE, Lenovo, Cisco, StarWind, and others.
Network Sales and Support
Storage Networks can sell, deploy, and support firewalls, switches, routers, and WIFI equipment from Cisco, Check Point, Fortinet, Palo Alto, Barracuda and more. With Work at Home becoming the new trend, a solid and affordable VPN and VDI strategy is a must for accessing non-SaaS applications. Talk to our engineers to compare solutions in terms of cost, features, and ease-of-use.
Backup and Disaster Recovery
We provide license and hardware sales for backup applications like Veeam, Nakivo, and Unitrends. Our optional backup monitoring and CJIS compliant offsite-backup and disaster recovery can ensure your CAD (dispatch) software and ERP applications like Tyler Munis stay up and running 24/7.
Towns need to stretch budgets as far as possible. Sometimes hardware upgrades are not within budget. Let us help upgrade and patch your servers, switches, firewalls, VMWare, and Active Directory to protect against vulnerabilities like Log4J.