Full IT setup for new companies.
We offer affordable IT-setup packages for clients who are establishing a company in Thailand and are looking to outsource their office setup and IT support / maintenance.
Using innovative solutions and high-end cloud services, we help small- and medium sized businesses achieve the same kind of security and reliability once only afforded to large-scale corporations. We have many years of experience transferring data and services from on-premises legacy servers to modern cloud-hosted servers.
We are Microsoft Certified both in the older Windows Server ecosystem and the new Microsoft Azure Cloud ecosystem.
Using bleeding-edge virtualization technology, we can consolidate several older servers with outdated and unsupported operating systems into one modern server. This solution drastically reduces both the risk of server failures and the cost of sever maintenance and backups.
When we were looking for an IT outsourcing company, we talked to a handful of providers. Most are separated into a sales team (which promises you everything is possible) and a technical team (which might be less confident about the promises made by the sales team). RunTime is different! The company is managed by its highly competent owner who deeply cares about his customers and will keep a laser focus on IT issues until they are solved. I highly recommend RunTime and its services!
RunTime has handled all our IT needs since day one in Thailand. They have been always available to serve our needs and helped us to stay up to date with technology, security and in compliance with our SOPs as a fundamental need to work according to GCP in Clinical Research. We would be happy to recommend their services to anyone looking to outsource their IT needs.
Our manufacturing process and back-office operations rely heavily on high-end IT. RunTime help us keep our servers and network infrastructure in optimum shape. We highly recommend their services.
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