Who We Are
We are a team of network and information technology experts who focus on small business' IT needs. Windward Networks has served the Boulder, CO area for over 16 years. We service a wide variety of industries including: architectural, real estate and law firms, medical offices, promotional supply and entrepreneurs.
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What We Do
Windward Networks specializes in the maintenance, implementation, upgrade and conversion of small business networks. Our clients typically range in size from 3 - 100 employees located in and around the Boulder, Colorado area.
Utilizing a proprietary software we customize for each of our clients, we are able to monitor each device on your network and solve problems before you notice them. This provides the edge to keep your network running smoothly & problem free.
With over 16 years of proven experience in the Boulder area, let us take care of your IT needs.
Every year, over 27 million types of malware are generated. With our combination of 24/7 monitoring and our network-wide antivirus/anti-malware software, we considerably reduce the possibility of a network breach.
VMware & Virtualization
VMware leads cloud infrastructure and virtualization software, helping organizations innovate and thrive.
Network Monitoring & Maintenance
Using proprietary monitoring software and customized network template, we are able to find and fix potential problems on your network before you notice them, saving you time and money.
Data Protections & Backups
From a minor inconvenience to crippling entire businesses, viruses and malware cause millions of dollars in damage to businesses every year. Even with a breach in security that compromises your data, our backup protocol will never leave you without your data.
Faster is not always better, but in the case of any network, it is. We take a hands-on approach to a upgrade: from specifying each device to the final installation and examination that the network is running smoothly, you can be sure to be problem-free.
Microsoft Office 365
Whether you’re working in your office or on the go, you get a familiar, top-of-the-line set of productivity tools. Office applications let you create, edit, and share. Implemented in most of our clients’ networks, Windward Networks is ready to help you upgrade and increase your company’s productivity.
Serious data loss can happen even with the most effective backups in place. Let us recover your files so you can get back to work.
Windward Networks will customize your network to be fully compliant with PCI and HIPAA regulations in order to protect your clients or patients. We are experts in asset and data protection, specializing in the prevention and management of data breaches.
Additional Supported Applications & Services
Automox’s cloud-based, automated patch management solution simplifies patching and configuration management across Windows, Linux, Mac OS X and third-party software
An online cloud-based customer service software providing helpdesk support with all smart automations to get things done faster.
Worldox is comprehensive, practical, sensible document management for the real world. Worldox brings together everything you need to organize, control, describe, index, and categorize all of your electronic documents and e-mail content.
Okta Certified Professionals
The Okta Identity Cloud provides secure identity management with Single Sign-On, Multi-factor Authentication, Lifecycle Management (Provisioning), and more.
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