Improve Reliability


Whether as a result of an accident, natural disaster, or other unforeseen event, a simple hardware failure can shut your operations down in an instant.

Iron Grid Networks keeps HP workstations, hard drives, and laptops in stock, along with standard networking equipment, to provide immediate replacement of failed equipment. In the event of a catastrophic loss, our server backup and disaster recovery solutions can restore your data in just a few hours.


These types of malicious attacks are the most common security threats faced by organizations because they rely on human failings rather than automated ones. All it takes is one careless employee to open a legitimate-looking email to give hackers access to your entire system.

Iron Grid Network’s email spam/phishing filters keep threats from ever hitting your inbox. We can even train your users on how to avoid the techniques used by the bad guys.

Viruses, spybots, worms, and trojan horses consume valuable computer resources, and create massive security and performance issues.

Iron Grid Network’s anti-virus solution is aggressive toward malware, and provides instant feedback in the event of an attempted attack. We track virus definition updates and eliminate the threat before it can spread.

This very real threat has been in the news a lot lately, and has caused some major organizations to actually pay hackers to release their systems. There’s no need to negotiate with criminals, however.

Iron Grid Network’s layered security solution includes automated detection, constant analysis, and (if necessary) a disaster recovery element that can be implemented within a few hours.

Sometimes, threats emerge a little closer to home, such as from competitors, malicious users, or disgruntled employees. A single person with access to your systems can do tremendous damage in terms of malware, data theft, or even physical sabotage.

Iron Grid Network’s remote monitoring enables you to keep tabs on user interactions with your IT systems, and help mitigate or prevent such destructive events.

Obsolete equipment and applications create performance and compatibility issues that grow larger (and more expensive to fix) the farther you fall behind…and it’s easy to fall behind with the speed at which technology advances.

Iron Grid Networks recommends hardware updates every 3–7 years, but software has a much faster development cycle with multiple updates each year. We stay on top of all business software updates (including Microsoft Office365, QuickBooks, Sage, and Thompson), and ensure that your systems are running with the latest versions for optimal reliability.

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