Why Choose ComputerLand as Your  Trusted Government IT Services Provider

  • Customized IT Solutions: ComputerLand offers a wide range of tailored IT services and solutions to meet the unique needs of your business, from cloud migration and cybersecurity to managed services and software development.
  • Experienced IT Professionals: Our team of certified experts brings years of experience in providing top-notch IT support and solutions to businesses across various industries, ensuring you receive the best service possible.
  • Scalable Services: As your business grows, so do your IT needs. ComputerLand’s scalable IT services and solutions can effortlessly expand to accommodate your evolving requirements and support your growth.
  • Proactive Support and Maintenance: With our proactive approach to IT support and maintenance, ComputerLand can identify and resolve potential issues before they impact your business, minimizing downtime and ensuring smooth operations.
  • Managed Services: We can augment your current IT department or service as a full-service remote or onsite MSP. Desktop support, staffing and more.
  • Cost-effective Solutions: ComputerLand offers flexible pricing and service packages, designed to provide maximum value, and align with your budget and goals, making us the top choice for businesses seeking affordable IT services.

We provide a wide spectrum of technology infrastructure and related services, including deployment, managed services, backup & recovery, and business continuity solutions. (View our Government brochure)

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Some of our Government customers include:

City and County of San Francisco

County of Alameda

City of Antioch

City of Bakersfield

County of Butte

Collier County

As State and local governments move towards Smart Cities, many digital infrastructures will need to be re-evaluated. Complete, secure, digital integration across all departments will enable government agencies to improve customer service for all its citizens.

The first step is to prepare networks to certify they can handle an increase in demand.

Second, it needs to be determined if the right foundation is in place for both customer-facing and back-office operations, as well as ensure new technologies can be easily integrated.

Building the next generation network, organizations should consider:

  1. An environment that includes both on-premises, cloud, and networking technologies such as SD-WAN and high-speed broadband to make certain traffic is handled efficiently over any type of network.
  2. Networking components such as WiFi and unified communications to ensure network users (employees and citizens) interact with each other using their preferred method of communication.

To help ease stress on an agency’s current network—not to mention the daily burden on IT managers—managed services can be utilized to help connect systems together and “fill in the gaps” as agencies update their current infrastructure and can prove useful even after networks have been upgraded.

Working with ComputerLand can help improve operations, increase efficiency, and better serve your constituents. With over 30 years of experience and expertise in key IT areas like cybersecurity, cloud computing, and data management, we can help you achieve your IT goals and objectives. Contact us today to learn more!

“ComputerLand has provided me and my IT colleagues EXCELLENT services in the past 3 years since we started two major projects: Enterprise SCADA Historian and the new Laboratory Information management system. We are looking forward to work with them in the future.”

Information Systems manager, San Francisco Public Utilities Commission

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ComputerLand is a state of California approved NASPO ValuePoint Authorized Reseller, providing Cisco and HP computer equipment, software, peripherals, and related services to government agencies.

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