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Adding Absolute Support® to your team

August 15, 2016

Pretty much everything we do at revolves around our Absolute Support®. But what exactly is that?

Basically you’re outsourcing the administrative support necessary to move your business forward. We take headaches off your plate and unburden your team so they can focus on your core business. Absolute Support® is expert, five-star customer-rated, USA-based support on-premises, or in any cloud, with a six-minute ticket response, 24/7/365. You pick your apps, pick your users, and pick your level of support. We don’t care where you put your data, because we’ll take care of it wherever it lives.

  • 24/7 access to Microsoft experts
  • 68% multi-role cost savings
  • Frees up your team to innovate
  • 20 years Microsoft experience
  • Microsoft Gold Certified Partner
  • 1.8 billion logins managed
  • LightSpeed™ Network
  • Bring your license or rent
  • Personal account advisor

How does it work?

In the IT world, most companies have tiered support levels. The different levels can be explained in a number of different ways, but we’ve arranged ours by the full-time employees you would need to provide the same support as our team.


  • 24/7 Help Desk
  • Emergency Break-Fix
  • Training, Tutorials
  • Migration, Upgrades
  • Controlled Patching
  • Backup, Restore
  • Consulting, Projects

Database includes everything in Admin, plus:

  • Microsoft SQL Server, Oracle
  • NoSQL, MongoDB
  • PostgreSQL, MySQL
  • DBA Performance Tuning
  • DB Upgrades, Migrations, High-availability

Development includes everything in Database, plus:

  • SQL, Java, JS, C#, Python, HTML
  • Software/App Source Code
  • Analysis, Algorithms, Debugging, Maintenance
  • Secure Code Review
  • Team Foundation Server (TFS)

Security includes everything in Development, plus:

  • Cyber Security, Secure Cloud, Encryption
  • Advanced Malware Protection
  • Secure Hybrid AWS, Azure, Google
  • 24/7 Incident Response Team (IRT)
  • DDoS, Firewall, VPN, WAF, IPS/IDS, DLP

The budget-friendly subscription plans have a flat rate monthly billing cycle. If you need support, you just submit a ticket and we’ll have a real, live, American respond in six minutes.

We have your Microsoft apps covered


  • AWS
  • Azure
  • Google
  • IBM
  • VMware
  • Oracle
  • On-premises
  • Private cloud hosting provider

The more we cover, the more you save
According to, the average salary for a Systems Administrator II in the U.S. is $74,273 ($6,189/month). The Absolute Support® Admin plan is only $3,495/month, saving you $2,694/month.

The average salary for a Database Administrator II in the U.S. is $88,333 ($7,361/month). Combine that with the average salary of a Systems Administrator II and your payroll is $8,555/month more than the $4,995/month Absolute Support® Database plan.

Combine those two salaries with the $99,376 ($8,281/month) average salary for a Software Developer III, and your payroll for those three positions is $21,831/month – $14,336/month more than the $7,495/month Absolute Support® Development plan.

The average salary for a Data Security Analyst IV is $116,082 ($9,674/month). Add that with the average salaries of a Software Developer III, Database Administrator II, and Systems Administrator II, and your payroll for those four positions is $31,505/month – $21,510/month more than the $9,995/month Absolute Support® Security plan that covers all four job responsibilities, 24/7/365. That’s a 68% cost savings! Factor in the cost of benefits (according to for those four positions, and your savings increase to 77%!

Put our talent on your team and use the experts to unburden your team. Complete this form, send us an email, or call us at 866-780-4678, to get started.

Please Note: All pricing above is current as of the date this blog was posted. Pricing is subject to change.

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Customize Your PowerShell, Everywhere

September 3, 2013

PowerShellForgive me as I sneak onto a SharePoint blog to talk about another great Microsoft administrative tool…

I use Windows PowerShell all day every day, and as such, I’ve put a lot of time and effort into customizing it to meet my needs. I’ve tweaked the command prompt to show me git status.  I even wrote a module called project-commands to simplify building and testing our many different web site projects.
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How to Setup a Sharepoint Development Environment

April 8, 2009

As may or may not know, Microsoft SharePoint is a massive development platform with more API’s than the .NET Framework. There are a number of blog entries and webcasts out there, but I thought I would share what has worked well for me in my experience developing solutions on top of the Microsoft SharePoint platform. Here are the tools and applications required prior to setting up your new SharePoint development environment.

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