By hosting and managing your Sage HRMS and Payroll software at a secure co-location center, Delphia Consulting can help your organization reduce the cost of staffing internal IT resources, eliminate the resource constraints of self-hosting, and maintain assurance that their Sage HRMS applications are properly installed, configured, and maintained in a secure environment.
Often your IT staff can’t allocate a sufficient amount of time or resources to become experts at Sage HRMS. It can be costly for staff to maintain software licenses, coordinate upgrades, properly configure IT infrastructure for Sage HRMS, etc.
If your organization has decided to try hosting Sage HRMS applications using an external hosting provider, you are likely to face challenges with the provider’s lack of Sage HRMS expertise. Proper installation, maintenance, and fine-tuning require a specialist. Additionally, you may also find the lower costs of some hosting services will result in higher costs in the future due to performance problems.
Let Delphia Consulting’s highly experienced team of IT consultants and software engineers bring their decades of experience with Sage HRMS and Payroll to your company.
Sage HRMS Software Management
Scheduled Updates, Fixes, and Patches
Fast Deployment and Installation
Optimized IT infrastructure
Reliable & Secure Co-location Center
Delphia Consulting’s co-location center partner uses a hosting infrastructure featuring redundant systems for power, ventilation and air conditioning, physical security, monitoring, and networking. Our partner uses top of the line Cisco, Dell, HP, and Liebert equipment to ensure top performance and reliability.
Multiple Fiber Optic Connections
Environmental Monitoring Systems
Best-in-Class Air Handling Capabilities
24/7 Remote Surveillance
Ensure a quality experience with hardware optimized for Sage HRMS
Enterprise Class Hardware
Custom Firewall and VPN
Multiple Layers of Systems Security
Learn about hosting Sage HRMS applications with Delphia Consulting
Each night, full database backups are done automatically and sent off-site to a secure backup repository. Windows backups are also run each night, but they are stored locally within the co-location center.
The center has one commercial power feed which is split into two parts. Each part has a separate standby power generator. The entire facility can run on one generator. These dual power feeds are fed through dual UPS so that each individual server is fed by two separate UPS protected power feeds.
The connection is made directly to a single backbone provider, Level 3.
Level 3 does occasionally have network issues that affect portions of our customer base. In two years, Level 3 has had two outages. One outage was resolved in a few hours; the other outage lasted about eight hours.