ATI offers a wide range of managed services tailored to meet the unique needs of your organization. We will assume day-to-day responsibility for a variety of IT services, allowing your company to maintain productivity while IT activities are being managed by our team.
Our goal at ATI is to provide your business with a stress-free experience. ATI is responsible for acquiring and maintaining hardware, software, and providing technical services necessary to maintain your systems. We provide your company with the experience and expertise to manage its assets with ease, allowing you to focus on the issues that will help your business continue to grow.
We can manage a variety of IT services:
Internet Service Provider (ISP)
As an ISP, ATI provides single-homed and multi-homed Internet bandwidth to its customer base at either data center. Each data center is flexible with providing up to class C IP range. Our Internet service providers enter our facilities through diverse routes, reducing the chance of an outage. Our partnership with industry leaders will provide ongoing and/or emergency coverage for DDoS mitigation.
Wide Area Network (WAN)
This service is deployed through a tier-one service provider using Multiprotocol Label Switching (MPLS) technology. Organizations with multiple locations are the perfect candidate for this service, where they get the benefit of:
- Large bandwidth availability.
- Scalability and on-demand usage.
- Redundancy and security.
- Leveraging of volume to reduce cost.
- Fast deployment of nodes added to the network.
- The highest level of Quality of Services (QOS), enabling better deployment data lines for VOIP systems.
Vulnerability and Patch Management
On its cyber security tip page, the U.S. Computer Emergency Readiness Team (US-CERT) provides a helpful analogy to explain what security updates or patches are: “Similar to the way fabric patches are used to repair holes in clothing, software patches repair holes in the software program. Patches are updates that fix a particular problem or vulnerability within a program.”
ATI provides patch management services for Microsoft servers and workstations. The patching will cover all Microsoft releases as well as third-party software programs.
The patch program includes a monthly report to the customer informing them of the state of their environment—patched or not patched. These reports are essential for many organizations with compliance requirements. This service also enables ATI to deploy emergency patches. As a result, new outbreaks are caught in a timely fashion, reducing the risks associated with the threat.