Managed IT Services

At Boston Techies we understand each business has unique needs and IT requirements.We tailor our Managed IT services to meet our client’s needs, size and goals.

IT Strategic Planning

We build sustanaible IT infrastructures that supports our client's business goals.

Server Virtualization

Physical to virtual server migrations. Linux or Windows on VMWare or Hyper-V hosts.

Network Design

Logical network mapping, IP subnetting, Routers, Switches and Server configuration.

Email Migration

Seamless email migration from in-house exchange servers to Office 365 or Google Apps.

Email Security

Protection against viruses, Spam, and phishing emails. Outbound/Inbound email scanning.

Network Cabling

Design and implementation of new office or data center network cables.

Insights from the blog

What Collaboration Really Means

Definitions. Collaboration is working together to create something new in support of a shared vision. The key points are that it is not through individual effort, something new is created, and that the glue is the shared vision. Coordination is sharing information and resources so that each party can accomplish their part in support of a mutual objective. It is about teamwork in implementation. Not creating something new. Cooperation is important in networks where individuals exchange relevant information and resources in support of each other’s goals, rather than a shared goal.


A New Year a New Posibility

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Why Open Source software is good for you

The term Open Source was invented in 1998 when the Open Source Initiative (OSI ) organization was created. The term was coined to make the movement more business-friendly than the already established “Free Software” movement which is more a political social movement. Open Source simply means that the source code that makes a program is included in the package distribution so anybody can make changes to such program. That is the difference between Open Source and commercial software where you only get the built product, and only the creator of such product can make changes to it.