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Our IT Consulting package

Our team will provide expert assistance and fast resolution, with a team member specefically designed to help your specefic business. Our enginners can install and configure laptops,workstations, and more for our supported users. A well running-technology system allow team members to focus soley on a task or assignmnet. Our team will handle Vendor specefic issues, so that team members can focus on increasing productivity not with handling red tape.

  • Distaster Recovery
  • Cloud Solutions
  • IT Relocation
  • Secure Networking
  • Remote WOrk Service
  • Increased efficency

Best IT Service For You

Techsecom Consulting Group ensures consistency and reliability, by giving you the same team members to work with during the duration of your time with us, these team members will ensure your needs are met, and that any concern you may have is fully addressed and handled. We pride ourself on our work, and our ability to create a symbiotic relationship in which both parties are pleased with the outcome.


IT Best Practices

Continuous integration (CI) Uses configuration management (CM) tools together with other test and development tools to track how much of the code being developed is ready for production. Continuous deliveryThis practice automates the delivery of code changes, after testing, to a preproduction or staging environment. An staff member might then decide to promote such code changes into production. Continuous deployment (CD) Similar to continuous delivery, this practice automates the release of new or changed code into production. A company doing continuous deployment might release code or feature changes several times per day. The use of container technologies, such as Docker and Kubernetes, can enable continuous deployment by helping to maintain consistency of the code across different deployment platforms and environments. Infrastructure as code Used to automate the provisioning of infrastructure required for a software release. Developers add infrastructure “code” from within their existing development tools.This practice also allows operations teams to monitor environment configurations, track changes, and simplify the rollback of configurations.