Baton Rouge based full service IT solutions company
Wahaya provides technology solutions and services to help small and mid-sized organizations sustain growth and reinforce routine processes. Backed by technology experts, We help organizations gain the full benefits of existing systems, make strategic investments in implementing replacement solutions and maintain infrastructure that is secure, dynamic, and reliable. We offers a full range of solutions including a full managed services agreement, or something mobile computing, Virtual CIO, IT strategy, virtualization, cloud computing, business continuity, network security and IP telephony.
We can provide your organization with a full-time, fully staffed IT department at a fraction of the cost of running your own. On top of that, as a company we are always on the job – we never get sick, we never go on vacation and we never quit.
Network security is a critical part of health. Your organizations data and IT systems must be reliable, secure and protected. We work closely with you to determine exactly what you currently have and how to keep that protected from outside threats and follow any and all security and compliance regulations required for your organization.
There are undeniable benefits to Cloud computing but that doesn’t mean that making the decision to migrate is an easy one. We work with various hosted solutions from email, virus protection, to IP telephony and backup solutions.
Whether it’s theft, fire, failed hardware, malware, ransomware or even a false fire alarm sprinkler incident that could impact the availability of your servers and network. We have a custom tailored solution that will ensure your business continues with minimal interruption.
Virtualization slashes costs by making more efficient use of existing hardware – improving the performance of hardware, software, operating systems, applications and, ultimately, your entire IT infrastructure. Virtualization, you can reduce total cost of ownership by reducing the physical hardware requirements.
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