Working with Invicta Linux
Every day we help businesses develop their systems by providing them with fully functioning business IT solutions.
Read some of our customer testimonials and see how we have helped them take their business to the next level.
“Although computers were not viewed as the backbone of the company, it was nevertheless important to move forward with a system that would support account and estimation packages, the internet and emails, and at the same time be cost effective and secure, with a degree of flexibility built in.”
- 70% decrease in telecommunications service costs annually
- Easy and efficient administration
- Flexibility and mobility
- High reliability
- Retain existing equipment
“We had an SBS 2003 server which was beginning to show signs of instability and needed to be replaced.
Invicta Linux assessed our requirements and recommended Kerio Connect to replace Exchange and Control for our perimeter defence server.”
“We had a good firewall, but the manufactures had announced end-of-support, meaning there would be no new firmware to keep the appliance updated.
We looked at the market and dismissed some products that offered far too much complexity for our needs and rejected others because they were too basic. We needed something that would defend our network against the ever-growing threats, wasn’t a full-time job to administer and would provide some advanced features such as load balancing and VPN access…”
“I’m still extremely impressed with Control. It’s a genuinely fantastic product.
I deal, and have dealt with, a wide variety of vendors and consultants and can honestly say that I’ve never worked with such an honest and genuine bunch as Invicta Linux. Their transparency and desire to do the best job possible has been a breath of fresh air, so thank you.”
“3D Displays has been manufacturing and supplying acrylic displays and POS shop equipment for over forty years and provide everything needed to make great looking retail displays as well as offering a bespoke service….
When Microsoft called time and the popular SBS line was discontinued choices were limited: going cloud-based was out of the question and an enterprise-class server was overkill.”