Backup Continuity & Disaster Recovery

Small business owners don’t always know the importance of their data. Many may not realize that while the chances of a major disaster are unlikely, the majority of data loss is actually attributed to small, localized problems. Could your business withstand a major equipment failure caused by a storage area network crash, flood, lightning strike, or even theft?

Virtual CIO Services

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E-Commerce Services

E-commerce covers all online activities aimed at getting internet users to purchase products and services online. If your company is planning to have an e-commerce site, then we can provide you with the right solution for your company. Our e-commerce solutions are designed to give you full control over your website content, products, prices, and promotions – and also allows you to complete transactions online by accepting credit card payments.

IT Infrastructure Assessment

It’s a jungle out there, and small businesses like yours are often the easiest prey for a wide range of viruses, malware programs, and hacking threats. You need to be vigilant if you want to stay safe. This is where an IT infrastructure consultant is vital – the consultant can identify potential weaknesses and holes in your digital defenses to keep your business from being a victim. As a small-business owner, you might wonder exactly how to stay on top of your cybersecurity needs without breaking the bank.

Cloud Migration Services

With Cloud Migration Services, you have the ability to move applications and workloads to the cloud provider of your choice with ease. 3Qube Consulting will help plan, oversee, and execute the end-to-end migration process.

Cloud Consulting

Backing up to our hosted cloud environment ensures your data can be quickly recovered regardless of mishaps on site. 78% of US small businesses will have fully adopted cloud computing by 2020, more than doubling the current 37%.