Infrastructure Services

Desktop Virtualization
Desktop Virtualization

Desktop Virtualization involves separating the physical location where the PC desktop resides form where the user is accessing the PC. The computing component resides on a centralized virtualization platform that is hosting several virtual machine instances – dedicated for each individual user or shared across multiple user groups. Users, then, connect to their corresponding desktop VM using mobile devices or thin client equipment.

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Server Management
Server Management

Managed Server is a service that includes the hardware, software, and ongoing upkeep of a customer owned server, in customer premises or other hosting location. The servers could be physical or virtual. We offer the service for HP, DELL, IBM and other vendors on Microsoft and Unix like. ACROM will maintain the operating system on the machine, including initial installation, all interim security patching involved, major upgrades and monitoring.

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Workstation Management
Workstation Management

Workstation Management provides both remote and on-site remediation for workstation issues and includes services from ensuring that anti-virus solutions are kept current to routine workstation operating system patching and scheduled optimization processes.  By extending the management of the infrastructure to the workstations, Management Services can provide extensive reporting on asset management and applicable software licensing.

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Microsoft Technologies
Microsoft Technologies

ACROM can deliver a wide-range of services and solutions, depending on the customer profile and the business needs. For the most demanding of our customers' requirements, we employ the highest performing and most stable/reliable solutions on the market, many which are based on Microsoft products. ACROM engineers are certified in cutting-edge technologies, including Microsoft's, having an "out of the box" mindset in addressing all our client's needs.

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Migration off Windows Server 2003
Migration off Windows Server 2003

July 14th, 2015, will be the critical day after which Microsoft will completelly stop supporting Windows Server 2003. After 12 years of operations, Microsoft has decided to stop supporting this server OS. The majority of companies have migrated off this platform long time ago to a more modern, more performant version of the software, i.e. Windows Server 2008/R2 or Windows Server 2012/R2. The companies still running on Windows Server 2003 should consider this event and prepare for it.

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