All services offered by sysCore basically revolve around Open Source software, networking, Linux OS and custom development of applications. Please consult our Competences page for details.
You can hire a consultant on a per-hour rate or open special discounts by signing a service contract. If you have an idea or project and wish to hear more about your possibilities with respect to technology and total cost – just contact us.
- at the customer; transportation within Greater Copenhagen is included
- telephone support
- e-mail support
- remote support: ssh, VNC, VPN
Clip-card support system:
We also offer pre-paid support agreements (clip-card support) – you can read more about this form of support here: Clip-card support.
With our solution you can always keep track of your clip-card support usage. As a registered customer you will receive access to sysCore’s Internal Systems (self-service portal for registered customers) – meaning you always have a full overview over your consumption.
No to crowdsourcing
sysCore does not do crowdsourcing – if some parts of your work are done outside sysCore, then it is always via one of our trusted partners and the customer is always informed about that in advance. Such solution is much cheaper in the long run, especially from the support point of view or in case you wish to add more to your product.
All Linux-based servers and solutions provided by sysCore ApS rely on superior job done by developers of Ubuntu and CentOS.
We are also very successful in introducing Linux as a Desktop platform in offices – virus free & 0Kr in license fees. Try it out!
Ubuntu comes in many flavours and is powered by Canonical – and of course the community. At sysCore ApS we use Ubuntu Desktop on our laptops and office computers and 99% of our servers run on Ubuntu Server LTS.
LTS stands for Long Term Support, meaning it is a release suitable for enterprises and larger deployments as it comes with 5 years of support (security updates, bug fixes etc.). And of course it is absolutely free to use.
Read more about Ubuntu on www.ubuntu.com and see why is it worth looking into the Linux world.
CentOS: The Community ENTerprise Operating System
The Community ENTerprise Operating System. This distribution is based on sources published by North American Enterprise Linux vendor and aims at enterprises and larger organizations. CentOS is free and conforms with the upstream vendor’s redistribution policy.
It is one of the best free alternatives to paid Enterprise Linux distributions that rely on RPM packages. If you wish to read more about CentOS, please visit their web page: www.centos.org.
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