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morgmel 19th January 2010 10:24

Recommendations for IT support in Brussels?
 
Hi all,
I'm looking for recommendation for a person/company to provide IT support for a small company in Brussels.
Initial task would be an analysis and recommendations for optimisation of the current office setup (details below). Followed by recommendations for future (short-medium term) development, including high speed internet suitable for web hosting and video conferencing.
Preferable English speaking, although competence is more important than language skills.
Any suggestions - or ideas for where to look would be appreciated.
thanks
morgmel

Current setup:
microsoft SBS, mdaemon mail server, web server, cisco pix, 10 pc, 4 OSx, belgacom adsl, 5 printers, wwan

jmke 19th January 2010 10:30

have you looked at smaller IT corporations like www.aurelium.be, www.extendit.be and others?

Depending on what you need, you might get away with a part time consultant which will cost less than hiring a fulltime employee

morgmel 19th January 2010 10:35

Hi jmke,
many thanks for the suggestions, I will certainly check them out.
we would only be looking for a consultant alright. we're a fairly competent bunch and can manage day to day things ourselves but could do with some expert help for the nitty gritty stuff.
best regards
morgmel

jmke 19th January 2010 12:07

the two companies mentioned are those I've had personal experience with (both as consultant and as client of them); depending on the profile you're looking for, I'm sure they can be of assistance.

I wouldn't rule out the larger "fishes" out there either, www.econocom.be might be a bit bigger, but they also do consultancy and pricing is very competitive in this economic climate.
if you already have a few capable colleagues who can help out with some daily administration, it would be a bit overkill to hire a dedicate person just for that, 10 PCs and a few servers can easily be managed remotely;

may I ask you why you chose to ask this kind of question on a hardware review site? ;-)

morgmel 19th January 2010 15:42

Quote:

Originally Posted by jmke (Post 252623)
may I ask you why you chose to ask this kind of question on a hardware review site? ;-)

..I couldn't find a computer consultant review site.....;-)


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