The three domains of IT, security and compliance have heavily overlapping concerns. We build them efficiently for you by designing them in parallel. You can enjoy stable, secure and compliant operations as you grow, without the breakdowns caused by disruptive projects while you’re experiencing strong growth.
Our technology leadership, managed services and consulting expertise take care of the technology so you can focus on your innovations and your business—through all stages of growth. We provide stability and continuity as your business changes.
The key to our satisfied clients is the KalioTek™ IT & Security Director role, leading the virtual team, helping plan and budget, delivering daily services and building new capabilities as you grow. We’ll meet regularly to report and align as your business changes.
Our Service Desk is staffed with local, technology-savvy engineers who solve your problems 24×7 and resolve root causes. We work well with highly educated, technically demanding users.
Security is more important than ever as remote workforces become the norm. It is inseparable from all aspects of IT. They must be managed together.
Your IT and Security Director from KalioTek™ manages the virtual team, the tools and ongoing processes to keep
your data secure, your employees educated and your management team informed. Our security engineers implement industry-leading security technologies and take prompt action when
Compliance regimens rely heavily on well-managed IT and security capabilities. Customers, business partners and investors often require assurances of compliance—HIPAA, FDA, ISOS27001, GDPR, CCPA, etc.— well before regulators appear. We’ll help you prepare and be there to interact with them.
We design our IT and security services to support a baseline common to all and update our practices frequently.
You’ll be ready for opportunities and threats instead of scrambling to catch up.
Today’s remote workforce presents a new front line in the battle for security
and regulatory compliance. It’s now all about protecting the individual users’ identities and devices. Critical actions include: