Genisys Group was founded in 1997 to deliver data center solutions and services to companies of all sizes. In 1997, technology companies began redeploying their hardware resources to focus on software and consulting services solutions. This created a void of knowledgeable and experienced product engineers and sales specialists that still exists today. Our goal was to fill this void and provide the highest-level infrastructure solution sales, service and support you can find. We do this by partnering with industry-leading technology companies, employing senior-level sales specialists and engineers, and building long-term relationships with our clients, partners, and employees. The result. Unmatched client satisfaction and ease of doing business.
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Genisys Group can help you remove any tangle from your wide area network, security, and WiFi. We know you have questions. Our experts have the answers.
Cloud, Hybrid and Private computing are all valuable and viable. Genisys Group architects solutions based on each client’s well-defined business needs.
Genisys Group engineers specialize in helping our customers make the right server choice for their needs, offering the best from IBM, Lenovo, and Dell.
Efficient, dense, manageable, scalable and cost effective. This is our fastest growing segment. Our customers find immediate and lasting value in the deployment of hyper-converged solutions.
80% of IT infrastructure dollars go to maintenance & support. We built our portfolio of products & services to enable customers to flip that equation to 80% for new business improving initiatives.
Customers of all sizes demand that their IT environment be as flexible, resilient & cost effective as possible. We help customers accomplish these priorities within the timeframe and budget they need.
On Friday, October 25, the US Department of Defense announced that Microsoft had won the Pentagon’s large cloud computing contract for the Joint Enterprise Defense Infrastructure (JEDI) project. Under the terms of this agreement, the Pentagon is intended to invest $10 billion in the development of cloud infrastructure and the launch of various services, including IaaS (infrastructure as a service) and PaaS (platform as a service) solutions that will help the agency to analyze and process large amounts of confidential military data.
An increasingly growing number of news messages reporting widely discussed computer network hacks and massive credential leaks highlight the problems associated with using passwords for security. Users either choose simple easy-to-guess passwords or tend to use the same password every time there is a need to come up with something more complex. And it’s easy to see why: nobody wants to stuff their memory with long sophisticated passwords.
On Monday October 21, SAP and Microsoft announced a new collaboration that is aligned with their mutual goal to facilitate the process of driving enterprise customers’ operations to the cloud. Through the partnership dubbed Project Embrace, the companies intend to accelerate and simplify customer adoption of SAP S/ 4HANA and SAP Cloud Platform on the Microsoft Azure cloud. Microsoft will sell components of SAP Cloud Platform alongside Azure.
Hitachi Vantara, an enterprise storage array business, has announced the addition of the VSP 5000 series to its premium storage line-up. The company claims this launch to be the world’s fastest solution of its kind. Currently, the series includes two models: the VSP 5100 and the more capacious VSP 5500.