Flexible Solutions that fit your needs
Managed Information Technology Services (MITS)
A Managed Information Technology Services (MITS) agreement is where FITS will help to plan, implement, and support the IT infrastructure and applications that your business needs to survive. FITS will assume an ongoing responsibility for 24-hour monitoring, managing and/or problem resolution for the IT systems within your business.
Home Information Technology Services (HITS)
With Home Information Technology Services, we can provide support to a user for their computer and network needs at their small office or home location. This level of support is ideal for some users and their limited need for support. Do you need support for a virus issue, trouble with your Wireless, or issues with applications, then you might be a best suited for a HITS level of support.
Small Business Information Technology Support (SBITS)
What is the Small Business Information Technology Support (SBITS)? This type of support is intended to help a company that has a smaller IT footprint. The SBITS level of support might be a better way for your company to protect and support your equipment. We provide a pre-purchased hourly support amount for your users and hardware at a pre-arranged hourly rate. This would then allow for the budgeting of the needed IT support for the business.
Technology specific solutions for individual needs for business of Individuals
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