In today's ever changing world of technology, your phone system shouldn't be another source of frustration for you and your business. The sheer number of options available these days can be overwhelming - VOIP, SIP trunks, analog trunks, digital extensions, and the list goes on. Computer Concepts has the knowledge and experience to help guide you through choosing a new phone system for your business.
Whether this is your first phone system, or you're replacing an existing one, we have the products and services you need for reliable business communications. We offer systems from NEC and Samsung, all at very competitive prices. These systems include standard features such as voice mail, automated attendent, and offsite call forwarding, just to name a few. For a complete list of features, click on the manufacturer logo at the bottom of this page, then give us a call for more information or a customized quote.
Does your company struggle with networking issues? Unexplained slow downs, lost connections, and corrupted data are all signs of potential network problems. Our 55 plus years of combined expertise in network design, installation, maintenance, and troubleshooting makes us uniquely qualified to resolve and prevent these kinds of issues. From data cable testing and certification, to packet and protocol sniffing to determine the source of excessive network traffic, we have the tools and the expertise to quickly and efficiently ensure that your network is operating at 100% efficiency.
Whether you need a virtual server or dedicated rack space, Computer Concepts can help. Our high speed fiber Internet connection provides reliable and blazingly fast access to your systems. Our redundant air conditioners, enterprise redundant UPS systems, and Generac 35KW generator help ensure that our customers' systems are available 24X7X365. We also provide 24X7 monitoring, and can provide hands-on support either on a contractual or hourly basis.
Computer Concepts is an authorized reseller of Lenovo, HP, and Dell business class computers. Unlike big box retail stores, we carefully analyze each customer's needs, and recommend specific hardware to fill those needs. We do maintain a limited stock of select computers for those customers who need a business class machine and don't want to wait several days to receive it.
Desktop & Laptop Computers
Our first choice for general purpose business desktop systems and laptops are the Lenovo M and ThinkPad series. While Lenovo may not be a household name to most of you, IBM probably is. In 2005, IBM sold its PC line to Lenovo, while maintaining an approximate 19% equity stake in Lenovo. Our experience with Lenovo has been very positive, with only one or two hiccups over the past several years. Warranty support is still provided by IBM, which in our opinion, is the standard by which all others are judged.
For high end workstations used for CAD/CAM or any other graphics intensive applications, we like the HP z series workstations. The z series workstations bridge the gap between a high end desktop unit and a low end server, and are typically outfitted with graphics cards with loads of dedicated memory, Intel Xeon processors, and enterprise class hard drives. These machines are designed for the long haul, and are built to simply amaze the end user.
When it comes to servers, we typically recommend the HP Proliant series. HP servers are true work horses that will get the job done, day in and day out. Because of the shear number of options that HP offers in their server line up, it is really easy to customize a solution for our customers that fits their budget and still provides a reasonable level of protection through the use of redundant technologies, such as RAID.
For many years, Dell was our machine of choice. Most of our customers were very familiar with Dell, and therefore, were very comfortable with them. Unfortunately, like any product, there came a point where we had some issues, and the support that we received was not what we had grown accustomed to. Dell outsourced much of their support to foreign countries, and we found ourselves spending excessive amounts of time performing basic hardware troubleshooting with Dell 'technicians', for issues that would normally have only taken 10 to 15 minutes to set up an onsite service call for. Eventually, we made the decision to work with other manufacturers, and only purchase Dell products if a customer specifically requests their machines.