IT Infrastructure creates the foundation for all successful technology projects. Infrastructure includes activities such as Active Directory design and build, core networking installation and cabling, and remote network access.


 

Client: Gilbert Historical Museum

 

"Brian Ricks provieded invaluable assistance to the Gilbert Historical Museum. HIs expertise and knowledge have hleped put us on a technology path that has greatly improved the efficiencies of our nonprofit organization. His incredible patience and thorough explanations at every step of the way  made the project go very smoothly. HIs work with staff, volunteers, and outside vendors was amazing and professional. I highly recommend BriComp Computers to anyone in need of their expertise and talents.

 

Kayla Kolar
Executive Director
Gilbert Historical Museum
Gilbert, AZ 

 

Technologies: HP Elite Desktop replacements, Office 365, Aruba Wireless

Challenge(s): Old technology, old programs, disparate email addresses equiring consolidations.

Solution(s): All PCs were updated with HP Elite desktops, adding Office 365 as their backend providing singular mail, collaboration, and streamlined communication. Their Internet service provider and service was reviewed and negotiated to provide the best user experience while remaining within budget. The Museum desired to provide secure and monitored guest Wi-Fi services which was accomplished by designing a site Wi-Fi solution using Aruba IAPs and Aruba Central.



 

Client: Kilroy Realty Corporation

 

“I have utilized Brian’s expert Microsoft and systems knowledge for 6+ years now. He is an expert in systems architecture and solutions provider. He designs and provides with industry standards and best practices. If you need someone that can provide you with a complete solution. Brian at BriComp Computers will provide you with the best solution!”

Stan Low

Senior Vice President - Information Technology

Kilroy Realty Corp.

Los Angeles, CA

 

Technologies: NetMotion Wireless Mobility XE

Challenge(s): Remote access to the KRC network was provided by Kilroy using multiple technologies; yet none of the technologies provided a seamless method for users to access the network resources at all times. The solution preferably required no user knowledge of on site/off site access but rather simply 'worked.'

Solution(s): Using the NetMotion Wireless Mobility XE software VPN solution KRC was able to create a singular VPN solution that was seamless for the end-users. Regardless of where the user was located (inside or outside the network) when the client logged into their machine, they were able to access network resources. The VPN client authenticates the user without their knowledge and switches between the VPN client and the local network automatically.