IT Management for Small Business
Business owners want to focus on their business. As their business grows, so do the requirements and complexities of IT. Sterling can take that IT distraction off the table, allowing you to focus once more on your business. Our Managed IT Services cover everything from Server hosting, Web hosting, Voice & PBX, Networking, IT Consulting to Virtual Desktop. All of which is covered by our end to end support packages. Let us do what we do best, so you can get on with what you do best.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is Manage IT services?
Managed services is the proactive practice of outsourcing IT management responsibilities and functions. By taking a proactive stance with your network security, systems, and application patching, and by employing comprehensive backup and recovery services. Our Managed Services provides businesses with 24-hour monitoring to immediately identify and correct potential issues as well as to provide remote and onsite maintenance and support.
Why do I need Managed IT Services
Every business of every size in every industry must take a proactive approach to IT management in order to increase productivity, reduce downtime, improve cybersecurity, and achieve better cost predictability.
What are the benefits of Managed Services
One of the biggest benefits of managed IT services is the cost savings that businesses experience by making business IT support costs more predictable and manageable. A managed service approach will also provide businesses with comprehensive security, customized backup and recovery solutions, and state-of-the-art cloud storage and hosting. Not to mention stability and reliability, both pretty important when running a business.
Do you support cloud services?
Absolutely. Sterling has its own secure Cloud infrastructure that is 100% on Canadian soil. We do recognize however that some companies are not is a position to jump right into cloud all at once. So we provide managed IT services that provide stability and reliability in the existing IT infrastructure that a customer has. When that equipment has reached its depreciated end of life, then qwe work with the customer to move some or all of their infrastructure to the cloud.