AGIX uses the following partners and business to provide our clients with the best products and services at the best prices. We're expanding our partnerships constantly and use other providers not listed here.
A leading end-point security suite. So much more than just antivirus. BitDefender has advanced features to help deal with zero-day threats, ransomware and normal virus infections. ButDefender can be purchased in small and large numbers. If purchased through AGIX, we can manage your antivirus billing, threat reporting and alerts for you.
Lenovo (Laptops, Desktops and Servers)
Laptops, desktops and servers. A complete range of computing products. Lenovo gear is reasonably priced and has devices in low, medium and high-end categories. For small businesses there's excellent laptop and desktop options. For big business there's servers and storage options.
Excellent firewall appliances at low prices. Used for Internet connections, VPNs, firewalling and so much more. With pfSense powering the Netgate firewall, you're free to add VPN clients without license restrictions. The intrusion detection and prevention has no licenses fees. The GEO restrictions have no license fees.
Industry leader in backups software for virtual and physical servers. Veeam has advanced features that allow for file-level restorations from machine-level backups. There is a free version that allows you to get started but the paid versions allow for centralised management.
Redhat (Linux and more)
The largest provider of opensource software including Linux, virtualization, clustering, storage, automation and more. AGIX is a Redhat Partner allowing us to deal direct with Redhat for licensing and product information as well as AGIX staff being trained to RHCE with certifications.
Ubuntu by Canonical (Linux and more)
A complete portfolio of Linux and related opensource software and systems including Linux and clustering. Ubuntu is making ground on Redhat in the commercial open-couse space. With microk8s (Kubernetes) giving businesses a quick-start into orchestration of containers, Ubuntu is really competing for a place in IT infrastructure.