Verus has a successful eleven-year track record of evaluating network infrastructure needs and designing, implementing and supporting efficient, reliable and secure networks for clients. We understand the sensitivities and difficulties in changing IT services vendors, so our migration project plans are particularly attentive to dealing with the vulnerabilities of a transition. Our focus in every engagement is ensuring you aren't paying for more than you need, aren't missing any essential components, and can rely on the highest levels of uptime and network reliability.
Verus has designed and installed over 500 networks, ranging from five users to large data centers with 5,000 users. Plus, we've worked with virtualization technologies since we began in 2002, which helps us understand which cloud type (public, private or hybrid) or traditional IT system best meets your needs.
Over 80% of our clients switched from another outsourced network infrastructure provider to us. We focus exclusively on installing and managing network infrastructure and are "agnostic" on how connectivity is achieved or where data is stored. This means we can accomodate migrations to any environment that meets your business needs.
Verus is its own internet service provider (ISP) and has its own data center. This means we control connectivity and don't rely on a third-party for internet or data access. We also manage the entire infrastructure pathway, from traditional IT networks (LANs and WANs) to the Cloud—an unusual experience combination that frees you from the biases of your existing infrastructure provider and the need for multiple vendors.
Verus has an eight-year ranking as an "expert partner" (the highest level possible) with WatchGuard, maker of network security and remote management solutions. Through this trusted relationship, we help drive functional enhancements that maintain WatchGuard‘s industry-recognized level of quality.
Verus engineers have spent years in the field honing their broad skill base, so they are more than career-long help desk technicians with limited viewpoints or "paper techs," who substitute vendor certifications for practical experience.