IT Infrastructure Services
With updates and upgrades, your organization's IT environment could function more efficiently, but how do you choose the most effective—and cost-effective—solution?
We'll examine your existing situation and guide future plans, including improved reliability, optimized IT infrastructure and operations, growth projections, plans for facility renovations, and support for enterprise systems upgrades and expansions. Once we’ve developed a strategy, we can help you find and select products and vendors to provide the recommended improvements. Our process will help you optimize the return on your dollar by prioritizing IT infrastructure upgrades/replacements while addressing increasing demands for bandwidth, connectivity, and security.
Areas of Focus
Data center design standards
IT systems have become critical for the day-to-day operations of today's organizations
Infrastructure Services Thought Leadership
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Data center design standardsIT systems are critical for the day-to-day operations of today’s organizations. Typically, IT systems within an organization are housed at a centralized location often referred to as the “server room” or the “data center.”
Our clients say
I can’t say enough good things about the team, they are incredible to work with, and they are very diligent and very detailed. I have worked with a ton of consultants, and what I appreciated most was that Plante Moran never acted like outside consultants. They truly became part of our family, and they took ownership and felt a great deal of responsibility for successful outcomes along with us. I knew we weren’t alone, we were truly partners.