Progent's Mac and Windows support experts can help your organization to combine Apple macOS and OS X with Microsoft Windows powered systems into seamless networks with shared data and resources and collaboration capability. Enabling productive co-existence from out of a mix of computers powered by Mac and MS Windows requires substantial understanding of and real-world experience with Apple macOS, OS X and MS Windows technology. Progent's skill in macOS, OS X and MS Windows integration enables Progent's engineers to offer world-class support to organizations who depend on these technologies to sustain their businesses competitive. Progent can also assist your business with Apple iPhone integration and management so you can integrate Apple's popular wireless devices with your Windows environment.
macOS, OS X and Windows co-existence and maintenance services available from Progent include:
- Network Infrastructure Configuration and Troubleshooting
Progent's expert Mac specialists can assist your company to incorporate Mac systems based on Apple's macOS or OS X platform into your Windows network. Progent's certified Windows consultants and Cisco engineering experts can assist your business to configure a protected network infrastructure that allows Mac and Windows users to share resources. Progent's Active Directory consulting service can assist you to configure the Windows Active Directory schema and use the Workgroup Manager utility in Mac Server to manage macOS and OS X clients on MS Windows networks that rely solely on Windows Active Directory.
- Online Network Consulting and Troubleshooting
Progent's online computer support and repair services give your business the greatest leverage for your network service budget. Sophisticated remote access utilities and experienced support technicians allow Progent to solve most IT problems without the cost and time needed to visit your site. Progent is a pioneer in providing online IT support and has built an extensive virtual network of service personnel who can deliver fast and low-cost solution.
- Onsite Network Help
Progent offers on-premises technical help for registered clients in throughout the and in major cities throughout the U.S. Although Progent is one of the top providers of affordable remote IT help and has developed innovative techniques to resolve the majority of network problems online, Progent also recognize that some situations do call for a professional network technician to be present at your office. Once you sign up as a Progent client, Progent can schedule in-person service technicians to any major region in any state in the U.S. and the response time is typically less than 24 hours.
- Helpdesk Support
Progent's Help Desk Call Center Outsourcing Services are designed especially for small organizations who want immediate contact with a Help Desk Call Center with effective online support and full escalation options but who have to work within a constrained IT budget. Progent can offer you quick access to a Help Desk specialist in Apple Mac technology or a Microsoft-certified engineer to fix desktop and network issues efficiently and economically. Optional Secure remote troubleshooting allows Progent's support engineers to view just what your clients see and facilitates quick repairs to problems that might otherwise require a more expensive onsite visit.
If you are in need of a macOS, OS X or Windows network support professional, phone Progent at 800-993-9400 or see Contact Progent.
Progent's Consulting Services for UNIX Networks
Progent's UNIX-family support services provide small businesses and developers help with administering and servicing UNIX/Linux/Mac-based systems that can coexist with Microsoft-based environments. Progent offers your business access to UNIX technical experts, authorized Microsoft consultants, Cisco CCIEs, and security specialists certified by CISM. This broad range of expertise offers your company a readily available one-stop source to assist you to build and support a secure and resilient cross-platform network and communications infrastructure that combines Windows with popular versions of UNIX such as:
macOS and OS X ,
HP-UX (Hewlett Packard UNIX),
Berkeley UNIX (BSD),
SCO UNIX and
Silicon Graphics IRIX (SGI/IRIX) or important Linux distributions such as