To better service the technical needs of the entire Tampa Bay area, Longevity Technology and ITWatch 365 have joined forces to form Tetratos, Inc.
This merger will allow the two companies to provide their mutual managed technology services and managed security services to a larger audience that has needs that are not being fulfilled or for customers that are not happy with the performance of their current Managed Service Provider.
Other than the name, Tetratos will still consist of the same professional, high-level of service that our clients of both companies have come to expect and associate with our organizations
“As a member of one of the oldest organizations to maintain a code of ethics and operations for Managed Service Providers, MSPAlliance, we saw this merger as a way to ensure that we are living up to that commitment and the required level of service that we promise to our customers. With a strong focus on healthcare, the financial sector and organizations that require, not just security technology, but real compliance in their organizations we viewed this merger as the best way to guarantee that commitment to our clients and future clients”
With our managed IT services, you’ll enjoy the benefit of a full team of IT specialists keeping your systems in excellent working order. For a small, fixed monthly fee, we monitor your systems 24/7, apply patches, ensure backups, keep viruses at bay, and perform a host of other proactive measures. Little problems don’t become big — and expensive — and in most instances, you won’t even know there was ever an issue.
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