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Insite Computer Group Inc. is a managed IT infrastructure solution provider. We are committed to designing, implementing and supporting reliable cost-effective custom solutions at your corporate offices or via our Cloud based services. All of this is based on:
  • Unsurpassed industry experience in business continuity solutions, virtualization, application delivery, network architecture design and security
  • Best in class products as well as a state-of-the-art Data Centres to maximize the security, availability, reliability and flexibility of your technology investment
  • Exceptional customer service. We solve problems so that you can run your business

Insite Computer Group opened it's doors in 1989 as an independent service and support organization for the users of high tech computer products. In 1992 corporate customers were pushing for greater cross platform services, which pushed Insite into hybrid networking. Insite was now able to offer a complete solution to its customers crossing multiple hardware and OS platforms.

In the mid 90’s, Insite’s expansion efforts were put in full gear. Our customers had been asking us to provide them with a complete solution, which should include hardware and software as part of the package. Discussions with major manufacturers and distributors in Canada and the US resulted in credit arrangements and authorizations to sell various products to fulfill our customer requirements. Insite had transitioned successfully from a service only organization, into a solution centric company providing full system integration. Service is still the number one issue and will always remain the primary concern for both Insite and its business partners.

In 2001 Insite built its first datacenter and started providing datacenter services to its clients. The industry was changing due to economic pressures and Insite capitalized on these changes and began providing managed infrastructure services in 2002. By saving their customers money Insite began growing the managed services business and started adding a variety of services to meet their customers’ requirements.

Today Insite has two datacentres and a team of talented, technically brilliant people with a strong desire to keep your business up and running. We’re large enough to be your entire outsourced IT department, yet flexible enough to support existing IT departments.

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