Server Support

Server Support Phoenix Arizona
Server Support Phoenix Arizona

When a network or Wi-Fi goes down business stops.  With SymbiSystems 24/7 support we can get you back up and running whenever an issue arises.  

SymbiSystems Services provides server support to many small and medium sized businesses in the Phoenix Metro area, whether your servers are on-site or in the cloud. Do you have an on-site server or a server hosted in the cloud? You can count on our server technicians at SymbiSystems Services to keep your server hardware and operating system up to date and running efficiently.

Server Hardware

Whether your server is Dell, HP, Lenovo, or Supermicro, SymbiSystems Services has experience supporting hardware from all major manufacturers. Whether it's a simple hard drive replacement, a power supply exchange or a complete motherboard replacement, our technicians have the skills and tools to keep your server's hardware running smoothly.

Server Operating Systems

We are familiar with all the major server operating systems dating back to Windows 2000. Server 2003, Server 2008, Windows Small Business Server, Server 2008, Server 2012, Server 2016, and Server 2019 are all supported by us. We also offer support for Linux. RedHat, Ubuntu, Debian, or any other flavor of Linux is also supported by our technicians.

Server Software

An organization's success depends on the server applications. Active Directory is used to secure logins, DHCP and DNS are used for networking, and SQL databases are used to store data. We have worked with a wide range of client/server applications at SymbiSystems Services. Our team will ensure that your server's software applications are up to date and working properly. We can work with your staff as well as the software vendor.  To ensure the security of your applications, we can troubleshoot issues and apply critical patches.

Server Storage 

Let our team of experts keep an eye out for failed hard drives and disk usage limits regardless of whether you are using a RAID configuration, an external SAN, or a JBOD connected to a SAS expander.